The ewe market lifted at the Coalgate sale.
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Farmers were prepared to pay more for ewes at Coalgate sales to control spring grass growth.
The prime ewe market lifted with ewes making an extra $3-$5 at Christchurch.
Stock values were mostly unchanged except for lighter lamb prices at Coalgate sales.
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Top spring lambs made $135 at livestock sales at Coalgate.
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The best of the lamb pens reached $132 a head at Christchurch sales.
Last season's lambs took a knock in price as more spring lambs came into the Coalgate yards.
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Months of tapering crossbred wool prices have levelled off in Christchurch.
Prices were back $1 to $3 a head for both the prime lamb and ewe markets at Christchurch.
Mainly fine wool store lambs struggled to hold their price at Coalgate sales.
The prime and store lamb markets softened at Christchurch sales.
The heaviest prime lambs were still at $140 with the market back by $1-$2 a head at Coalgate.
Crossbred wool was slow to fire at the Christchurch wool sale.
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A slightly rising ewe market was met by a slightly falling lamb yarding at Coalgate livestock sales.
Prime hoggets sell strongly again at livestock sales at Christchurch.
The best prime lambs made $140 and the worst $100 at the Christchurch livestock sale.
A line of 115 lambs from Mayfield topped the store lamb market at Coalgate.
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An Italian company injected momentum before the Melbourne merino sale began after buying fine wool before the first bid.
Wool's price slide seems to have turned around at the Christchurch sale.
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The prime ewe market had a nice lift at Christchurch.