• Lamb slaughter reaches record numbers – just shy of 7 million processed over the last quarter.

  • Total sheepmeat production up 5% for a record quarter of 236,710 tonnes of production.

  • National Female Slaughter Rate (FSR) for cattle tipped just over 47%, though two quarters needed for an official destock.

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