VENDORS sold 3797 sheep and lambs at the Griffith market on Friday.
With rain in the drawing area numbers eased with lambs showing the biggest change.
According to Meat and Livestock Australia's National Livestock Reporting Service lamb quality was similar to that of previous sales with a good selection of finished lambs on offer.
Most of the usual buyers were present and competing in a mostly firm market.
Trade-weight lambs were firm to a couple easier with prices ranging from $171 to $206/head.
Heavy lambs held firm to receive from $210 to $240/head. Extra heavy weight export lambs were also steady to range in price from $260 to $300/head.
Merino lambs sold from $171 to $219/head. Mutton numbers were very limited and prices eased $10/head.
Ewes sold from $134 to $194 with a few wethers reaching $230/head