The buoyant lamb market continues, with some farmers being offered a price of $9 a kilo.
Head of Livestock for Heartland Bank, Wayne McEntee told Rural Exchange that the price was very attractive.
"If you can sell lamb for $9 a kilo, that's a good price and a good margin and strong profit for most farmers," he said
He said store lambs were selling for between $150-$165.
"There are still a few out there, which is nice to hear."
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