Lamb prices hit new highs of $350 at Corowa

Nikki Reynolds
Updated June 18 2019 - 12:34pm, first published June 17 2019 - 1:54pm
MAKING HISTORY: David Hill, of David Hill Livestock and Property, Albury, vendor Gary Mickan of Walla and livestock agent Steve Grantham of Elders Corows. Picture: Supplied
MAKING HISTORY: David Hill, of David Hill Livestock and Property, Albury, vendor Gary Mickan of Walla and livestock agent Steve Grantham of Elders Corows. Picture: Supplied

AFTER a jostling match between all of Australia's major livestock selling centres Corowa broke the national lamb record with a price of $350 on Monday morning.

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Nikki Reynolds

Rural journalist with Fairfax media based in the Riverina.

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