Kolindale buys Lewisdale-Corrigin stud

THE Lewis family's renowned Lewisdale-Corrigin Poll Merino stud has been purchased by the Ledwith family's Kolindale stud as a going concern.
THE Lewis family's renowned Lewisdale-Corrigin Poll Merino stud has been purchased by the Ledwith family's Kolindale stud as a going concern.
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THE last month of winter saw another month of high lamb production in Australia, at 40,459 tonnes cwt – an increase of 7pc on year-ago levels according to MLA. THE last month of winter saw another month of high lamb production in Australia, at 40,459 tonnes cwt – an increase of 7pc on year-ago levels according to MLA.
RECEIVERS for 10 financially distressed rural properties in central and southern Queensland have achieved well over $12 million in sales. RECEIVERS for 10 financially distressed rural properties in central and southern Queensland have achieved well over $12 million in sales.
TONY Abbott and Clive Palmer feature in the list of speakers at the 2014 National Farmers Federation congress. TONY Abbott and Clive Palmer feature in the list of speakers at the 2014 National Farmers Federation congress.
GROWERS will be able to legally desiccate canola with glyphosate, after the APVMA approved a product for pre-harvest use. GROWERS will be able to legally desiccate canola with glyphosate, after the APVMA approved a product for pre-harvest use.
FREE-SPENDING commercial buyers ignited the Angenup ram sale that sizzled from start to finish giving the stud one of the best results of the selling season.
18 Oct 14 FREE-SPENDING commercial buyers ignited the Angenup ram sale that sizzled from start to finish giving the stud one of the best results of the selling season.
BUYERS let an opportunity to purchase quality, sappy, white-woolled Poll Merinos slip through their fingers at last week's Hyfield on-property ram sale at Kojonup.
18 Oct 14 BUYERS let an opportunity to purchase quality, sappy, white-woolled Poll Merinos slip through their fingers at last week's Hyfield on-property ram sale at Kojonup.
IT was a bittersweet moment when the final hammer fell at the last Hillcroft Farms Poll Dorset ram sale.
17 Oct 14 IT was a bittersweet moment when the final hammer fell at the last Hillcroft Farms Poll Dorset ram sale.
THE Mareeba Stock and Rural Crime Squad Detectives and Ravenshoe Police are currently investigating the theft of five large cattle skulls from Glen Gordon Station near Millstream.
15 Oct 14 THE Mareeba Stock and Rural Crime Squad Detectives and Ravenshoe Police are currently investigating the theft of five large cattle skulls from Glen Gordon Station near Millstream.
THE Department of Agriculture and Food WA research figures suggest the WA flock is declining.
10 Oct 14 THE Department of Agriculture and Food WA research figures suggest the WA flock is declining.
FOR those in the beef industry, lamb prices are looking strong in comparison to where beef prices might sit, according to Hyden farmer and WA Lot Feeders Association president Trevor Hinck.
10 Oct 14 FOR those in the beef industry, lamb prices are looking strong in comparison to where beef prices might sit, according to Hyden farmer and WA Lot Feeders Association president Trevor Hinck.
FOR WA livestock producers to get serious about restocking and boosting numbers, they want long-term price directions from processors.
10 Oct 14 FOR WA livestock producers to get serious about restocking and boosting numbers, they want long-term price directions from processors.
IT took just a little over two hours for Woodyarrup to amass $329,900 in a ram sale that buzzed with expectation as buyers clamoured for some of WA's most prestigious sheep and wool genetics.
09 Oct 14 IT took just a little over two hours for Woodyarrup to amass $329,900 in a ram sale that buzzed with expectation as buyers clamoured for some of WA's most prestigious sheep and wool...
THE Bandeeka Simmental stud, Elgin, has officially become the ones to beat in the highly contested interbreed group of three heifers at the IGA Perth Royal Show.
08 Oct 14 THE Bandeeka Simmental stud, Elgin, has officially become the ones to beat in the highly contested interbreed group of three heifers at the IGA Perth Royal Show.
VOICELESS has praised the defeat of proposed farm raid legislation in South Australia as a win for animal protection and media reporting.
06 Oct 14  17 VOICELESS has praised the defeat of proposed farm raid legislation in South Australia as a win for animal protection and media reporting. | RSPCA wants farm cruelty reported  | 'Vigilantes' not 'activists':... 
WHAT'S a 19-year-old to do when she has a burgeoning business, but no financial history on which to base a loan for expansion?
29 Sep 14  2 WHAT'S a 19-year-old to do when she has a burgeoning business, but no financial history on which to base a loan for expansion? | 'Vigilantes' not 'activists':... 
THERE is growing concern that a lack of funding will not allow WA a seat at the table of a national group formed to address the wild dog problem across Australia.
27 Sep 14 THERE is growing concern that a lack of funding will not allow WA a seat at the table of a national group formed to address the wild dog problem across Australia.
RED Brangus bulls were the attraction at the Gracemere Saleyards on Tuesday, September 23, for the Classic Red sale.
24 Sep 14 RED Brangus bulls were the attraction at the Gracemere Saleyards on Tuesday, September 23, for the Classic Red sale.
WITH a sale-topping $66,000 the National Alpaca sale went off with a bang at Bendigo, Victoria, on the weekend.
22 Sep 14 WITH a sale-topping $66,000 the National Alpaca sale went off with a bang at Bendigo, Victoria, on the weekend.
AUSTRALIAN livestock exporters will hold their annual industry showcase in Melbourne at the end of next month.
19 Sep 14 AUSTRALIAN livestock exporters will hold their annual industry showcase in Melbourne at the end of next month. | ESCAS exemption touted for... 
GOATS are booming – supply and prices are up, processing infrastructure is being developed and those in the industry are confident of a good few years ahead.
18 Sep 14  1 GOATS are booming – supply and prices are up, processing infrastructure is being developed and those in the industry are confident of a good few years ahead.
THE most recent fodder prices, according to Dairy Australia, were mixed across the reported regions in comparison to last year.
16 Sep 14 THE most recent fodder prices, according to Dairy Australia, were mixed across the reported regions in comparison to last year. | Hard road to new yards 
WITH the cropping season slightly more unpredictable this year, Esperance producers have turned their attention to bolstering their sheep enterprises.
14 Sep 14 WITH the cropping season slightly more unpredictable this year, Esperance producers have turned their attention to bolstering their sheep enterprises.
SUCCESS was certainly the order of the day at the annual Challara Merino and Poll Merino stud sale at Badgingarra last week.
13 Sep 14 SUCCESS was certainly the order of the day at the annual Challara Merino and Poll Merino stud sale at Badgingarra last week.
THE strength of the wind roaring through Tammin on Monday had nothing on the Manunda Poll Merino on-property ram sale, which was strong all day and finished with an outstanding average of $1435.
12 Sep 14 THE strength of the wind roaring through Tammin on Monday had nothing on the Manunda Poll Merino on-property ram sale, which was strong all day and finished with an outstanding average...
THE Victorian Government will abolish the 3km buffer zone on dogmen trapping and baiting for wild dogs on crown land, but the move is just 'vote bait' say some farmers.
11 Sep 14 THE Victorian Government will abolish the 3km buffer zone on dogmen trapping and baiting for wild dogs on crown land, but the move is just 'vote bait' say some farmers.
PRODUCERS have welcomed Barnaby Joyce's move to reduce red tape for livestock exporters without compromising animal welfare standards.
11 Sep 14  1 PRODUCERS have welcomed Barnaby Joyce's move to reduce red tape for livestock exporters without compromising animal welfare standards.
IMPORTERS who breach biosecurity laws will not be tolerated, the Department of Agriculture said after a WA ruling this week.
10 Sep 14 IMPORTERS who breach biosecurity laws will not be tolerated, the Department of Agriculture said after a WA ruling this week.
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And what return will they get ? perhaps 2% on capital invested , there are a lot of better
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Property prices should really be in respect of what they(the property) produces as a business,
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Bushie, did you see the comments by JT about big mouth farmer haters who cant substantiate their
WA growers are demanding a major overhaul of the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) including cutting government funding from the researcher's annual budget of about $200 million.17 Oct 14  2 WA growers are demanding a major overhaul of the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) including...
A LONG awaited report into the management of WA’s freight rail network has called on the WA Government to re‐examine its grain freight strategy and develop associated policies to ensure the State’s freight infrastructure will meet future requirements.16 Oct 14 A LONG awaited report into the management of WA’s freight rail network has called on the WA Government to re‐examine...