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BW36 - 6th June 2017


Average Price Indicator (greasy) Indicator (clean) Offered Sold Clearance Current Season's Cumulative Price
108
p/kg
113
p/kg
164
p/kg
1.46
million kgs
1.40
million kgs
96% 114
p/kg

The eighteenth sale of the 2016/17 Season was held by the British Wool Marketing Board at Wool House and offered 1,456,992 kgs. The final sale of the 2016/17 Season comprised a varied offering with many small lots. The clearance was 96%. Compared to last time sold: Fine types: Fully firm. Medium types: Hogs fully firm, Ewes 2-7% cheaper. Mule types: 2% cheaper, except Hogs which were up to 7.5% cheaper. Cheviot types: Firm. Welsh types: Buyers favour. Swaledale types: Sellers favour. Blackface types: Sellers favour.

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