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Sheepmeat Council : Sheepmeat 2013
10 SHEEPMEAT COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA ANNUAL MUSTER 2013 Maintaining and improving market access – our key priority Australia has enjoyed unparalleled access to world markets over many years due to the quality of our product and its favourable disease status and world class food safety and integrity systems. These attributes have also kept the domestic market as our largest and most loyal customer for lamb. So where does our product go? About 50% of lamb stays here in Australia, with the rest going to some 70 overseas destinations. The graphic below shows the volume of lamb that goes to the most important of the markets. The graphic below shows the value of that lamb trade (noting that the figure for Australia is a retail amount, whilst the others are generally export values). *swt = shipped weight cwt = carcase weight The vast majority of our mutton is exported. These two graphics show the volume and the value of our mutton trade.