British Wool Sale Report (BW106 22 September)

British Wool Sale Report (BW106 22 September)

BW106 saw more competitive bidding, with prices generally firm to 2% dearer, and a total sale volume of 1,432 tonnes. Of the wool sold 838 tonnes was old season wool and a further 594 tonnes was new season wool.  Total weight offered 1.725m kg Total weight sold 1.432m kg.

Clearance 83%·  Average clean price £0.749 / kg, Average greasy price £0.515 / kg·, The clearances by wool type were as follows;  Fine wool 76%,·  Medium wool 89%,·  Mule wool 77%,·  Hill wool 91%,·  Mountain wool 78%,·  Lamb 70%·

Prices where comparable to BW105; Fine: Hoggs No2 – 3% dearer. Ewes No1 – fully firm. Ewes No2 – fully 5% dearer. Romney: Hoggs No1 – 3% dearer. Ewes No2 – 3% dearer. Medium: Hoggs No1 – firm to buyers favour. Hoggs No2 – 4% dearer. Ewes No1 – fully firm. Ewes No2 – fully 1.5% dearer. Ewes Discoloured – firm. Mules: Hoggs No1 & No2 – firm to 3% dearer. Ewes No1 – fully firm. Ewes No2 – firm to 2.5% dearer. All cott grades – firm to sellers favour. Cheviots: Hoggs No1 – buyers favour. Hoggs No2 – fully 5% dearer. Ewes No1 – firm. Ewes No2 – fully 3% dearer. Cross grades – firm to sellers favour. Hill: Fine – fully 1% dearer. Medium – firm. Swaledale: No1 – fully 4% dearer. No2 – firm. Grey – firm. Blackface: Fine No1 – 1% dearer. No2 – fully 1% dearer. Cotts – firm. Welsh: All grades firm. Lamb: Where sold were sellers favour.

Source: British Wool

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