The Eastern Young Cattle Indicator (EYCI) has passed the 900 cents a kilogram mark for the first time in history.
- The indicator hit 901.75 cents a kilogram on Wednesday afternoon
- That is almost 200 cents higher than 12 months ago
- The high prices are meaning processors are losing up to $300 a head
The EYCI closed yesterday at 901.75 cents, almost 200 cents up on the same time last year.
The indicator is used as a general benchmark of young cattle prices nationally and has been on a steady…