Wholesale beef demand kicked off the trading week on a positive note, before dropping as the week progressed.
While overall general trade sales have been erratic, prices have managed to hold firm, however, reports of increased carryover stocks may impact prices in coming weeks if inventories start to build.
There was a reduction in wholesale lamb prices this week, which resulted in prices easing by 10¢ to 20¢/kg cwt across all categories.
There was also a reduction in the quality offered, especially for the medium trade weights.
The broken lamb market was less impacted, with steady demand ensuring good clearance rates.
Pork interest continues to be low, and as a result not all products are being cleared, particularly those suitable for retail trade.
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