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$10,000 Charbray tops day three of Qld All Breeds sale
13 Feb 08 A Charbray bull from first-time vendors topped day three at $10,000 of Australia's biggest multi-vendor, multi-breed sale, Rockhampton's February All Breeds sale.
Burdekin brimming with barra
13 Feb 08 Heavy rain across the Burdekin in North Queensland last weekend failed to put the brakes on the annual Burdekin Barra Rush, held in Ayr.
AWB reform vote fails, but push for change to continue
13 Feb 08 AWB Ltd failed in its bid to get constitutional reforms through at its annual general meeting in Melbourne on Tuesday. But the result will only delay the inevitable.
Emmanuel Exports acquitted in live export case
12 Feb 08 In a major development in the battle over the future of the live export industry, a Perth Magistrates Court has acquitted Emmanuel Exports on charges of animal cruelty.
At last, a wet season delivers for North Queensland
12 Feb 08 After many years of stops and starts to mediocre wet seasons, North Queensland seems to finally be experiencing a wet season which will stretch across the whole of the north and not just isolated pockets.
Breeders to $1300 at Kani-West dispersal in Vic
11 Feb 08 The Kani-West Charolais and Charolais/Angus cross breeding herd, renowned for its quality weaners at Western District sales, was dispersed to a top of $1300/head in an on-property auction at Dunkeld, near Hamilton, Vic, last Thursday.
Lamb processors dominate Nhill, Vic, stubble sheep sale
11 Feb 08 Lamb processors were far too willing and had way too much fire power for the graziers especially on the prime conditioned lines at the Nhill stubble sheep sale in Western Victoria on Friday.
CBH invests in bulk handling ahead of bumper crops
07 Feb 08 Automatic grain sampling is on the way, with growers asked to sample their own grain by WA's CBH group, which is investing in improved bulk handling facilities.
Roger Corbett on family farms
06 Feb 08
Yields hit 10t/ha in bumper Qld sorghum harvest
06 Feb 08 Queensland producer Tony Nolan and his neighbour, Scott Milne, have teamed up to help gather in part of Dalby district's highly-anticipated sorghum crops, which is yielding up to 10t/ha.
Unmulesed wool suddenly a brand
06 Feb 08 Unmulesed wool is no longer just a talking point, it's a distinct business advantage.
Lights, camera, auction - bull buying hits the big screen
06 Feb 08 South Australia's Cartledge family, Lancaster Simmental stud, Menindee, have broken new ground in the sale of stud bulls, using video technology to create a comfortable sale ring for both the buyer and the bull.
$56 average at two-day Monaro circuit sale
06 Feb 08 An improved wool market and good prospects for sheep meats helped last week's Bombala circuit sheep sale to a $56 average and a 97pc clearance for the 28,000 head offered.
Record daily crop intake for Dalby West, Qld
05 Feb 08 The headers are getting into their stride and the trucks are starting to roll in to receival depots across Queensland as growers look to harvest the best summer crop in years.
Capree Glide well on the way for a lucky winner
05 Feb 08 With one more month of training in front of it, Capree Glide is set to be an exceptional working dog, showing great improvement when
NSW buyers drive Wangaratta, Vic, cattle sale
04 Feb 08 Solid northern NSW buying underpinned strong demand at the Wangaratta annual blue ribbon weaner sale in northeast Victoria on Friday.
Building of new saleyard complex in WA finally underway
31 Jan 08 After many decades of uncertainty, WA is set to have a new state-of-the-art livestock selling centre to replace the delapidated Midland complex.
Langi Kal Kal annual breeding stock clearance, February 8, Ballarat
25 Jan 08
Hamilton, Vic, special first cross ewe sale
24 Jan 08 First-cross and cross bred ewes reached a top of $121 but the best commonly made between $70 to $80 at the Hamilton special first cross ewe sale.
Hay fires spark insurance woes
24 Jan 08 Haystacks are still sparking up, with another 130 stack and shed fires this month adding to the pre-Christmas tally of more than 230 to rank as the NSW grain belt’s worst hay fire season.
NSW buyers dominate Euroa cattle sale
21 Jan 08 Strong NSW buying orders, again, dominated the brisk bidding at the Euroa, Vic, annual Blue Ribbon weaner sale on Friday. About 80pc of the 3200-head yarding went north.
Win this Banquet Angus bull
18 Jan 08
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Indonesia has relaxed its trade restrictions on secondary beef cuts, re-opening a market that was worth $42 million to Australian exporters two years ago.
The recent rainfall will lead to a change in the micron profile of the Australian wool clip next spring, while boosting production volume and lamb marking rates.
While the favourable season is spurring lamb prices and providing more marketing options for producers, livestock agents are concerned rates are reaching unsustainable levels.
There will be more cases of sclerotinia in canola in areas that do not traditionally have problems with the disease due to the wet spring.
Chickpea prices have jumped $30 to $50 a tonne above global market values as farmers caught with soggy crops look for alternative grain supplies to fulfill their forward contract commitments.
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