Muslim festival could drive ewe demand at critical time

Source: https://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/taking-stock/muslim-festival-could-drive-ewe-demand-at-critical-time

Farmers Weekly

Cull ewe numbers will lift through the summer to pressure prices, although Muslim festival demand could support trade in late July, say auctioneers. Sheep throughputs have been higher for the week ending 29 June and 7 July, which has seen national averages fall £9 a head to £64 as weaning starts in northern areas. Auctioneers […]

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