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BW34 - 11th April 2017


Average Price Indicator (greasy) Indicator (clean) Offered Sold Clearance Current Season's Cumulative Price
116
p/kg
121
p/kg
175
p/kg
2.33
million kgs
2.19
million kgs
94% 115
p/kg

The sixteenth sale of the 2016/17 Season was held by British Wool at Wool House and offered 2,330,634 kgs. The market remained strong with Fine and Crossbred types, in particular, well sought after. The clearance was 94%. Compared to last time sold: Fine Types: 6-9% dearer. Medium Types: 3.5-7% dearer. Romney types: 3.5% dearer. Mule Types: 2-4% dearer. Cheviot Types: 6% dearer. Radnor Types: Fines up to 10% dearer, others 2.5% dearer. Welsh Types: No2's 5% cheaper, others fully firm. Swaledale Types: Fully firm. Blackface Types: Light Grey & Short Fine 3% dearer, others 2-4% cheaper.

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