A50 extension gives a window for export , will cimb now for a few weeks ,)i hope) suck lambs will be sticky in june now , hmm creep on or not ?all bets off if it gets voted down again next week
What happens if they don't vote for her deal, are they brave enough for a game of bluff with the eu? the hoggets desperately need a pick me up at the momentA50 extension gives a window for export , will cimb now for a few weeks ,)i hope) suck lambs will be sticky in june now , hmm creep on or not ?all bets off if it gets voted down again next week
reminds me of what the H and H auctioneers told me before the mule gimmer lamb sale last september when they were trying to get customers for lambs and we thought job was gonna be sticky....his words...."even the bad payers wont tek any!"Ring chock full first thing when the show beast were being sold and beast looked very dear early on but fell away imo as the day went on. Wouldn’t like to have had a late ballot. Definite shortage of buyers, the same men have always bought our cattle for years and a lot of them weren’t even there so a lot of new names on the list. Uncertain times though.
£ has dropped a lot today apparently so hopefully that will help the sheep job.
The pound sadly hasn't moved much at all. I also wonder what beef prices you look at as the AHDB market reports show that beef liveweight has been lower every day this week.
Hoggets are gently rising but are very much dampened by the high numbers of heavy and fat hoggets being sold.
So surmising it was full (400) that’s £10 per lamban arctic lorry load comes from isle of man aswell....£4000 just for the wagon....must be a bad trade where they come from!
Another 10p fall on beef predicted for next week. (Dead)