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January 15, 2021

Urner Barry Expands Lamb Price Coverage with New Imported Market Report

Urner Barry, the leading provider of protein market news and information in the food industry, is pleased to announce the expansion of price intelligence in the lamb market with a new imported lamb category.
Adding to the existing series of timely, accurate and unbiased reporting on domestic lamb prices, Urner Barry will now offer coverage of lamb imported from Australia/New Zealand. This initiative provides transparency and insight into international trade flows that have the potential to impact market dynamics in the United States.
The volume of imported lamb product coming into the U.S. has increased significantly, prompting Urner Barry to launch a separate coverage area of the trade with our most significant global partners.
“Imported lamb is a huge part of our supply chain and we’re thrilled to provide this meaningful information so that stakeholders can make better decisions,” said Urner Barry CEO Joe Muldowney.
Market data for Imported Lamb will be released on a weekly basis on Thursdays, and made exclusively available to subscribers with access to COMTELL and Urner Barry’s Closing Pork, Lamb, and Veal Report. To view the latest quotes and commentary, please visit Not a subscriber? Call +1-732-240-5330 to speak with an Account Manager or email

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