INCREASED numbers of new season lambs have entered the market this year, with 22% more lambs sold at Welsh auction markets
between March and the end of June compared to the same period in 2016.
Included in the book is a wide range of data, including information on production and exports for farmers, auction markets
, processors, retailers and other stakeholders.
Equity transitioned from private treaty sales to auction markets
BOTH the national and North West property auction markets
are showing a sharp year-on-year increase in both lots offered and sold.
Christmas hams in 1998 brought more in grocery stores than farmers could get for an entire hog at auction markets
. Essentially every producer lost money and the red ink forced many producers out of business entirely.
There are 144 auto auction markets
in Japan, which serve as intermediaries for used-car transactions between dealerships.
"Confidence is back and it is good to see the region holding its own against other areas which almost universally have seen increased sales value through the auction markets
- only the North West Homes Counties saw a drop but the rest of England performed very strongly."
An independent report, commissioned by the beef and sheep industry organisation Eblex, describes Britain's livestock auction markets
as a key hub in the local agricultural network, offering a fair and open market system that has stood the test of time.
Melfyn Williams, chairman of NAVA, said: "After a quiet summer, the residential and commercial auction markets
were resilient and are now experiencing broad, if cautious, growth."
The annual market throughput for 2008 from latest Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board statistics show that 6.9 million prime lambs sold through livestock auction markets
in Britain last year - compared to 5.4 million in 2007, an increase of 27.8% - averaged 130.50p per kg for new season lambs, 28% higher than 2007.