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$900 Boyanup cross cow unit
08 Jan 03 A VERY small, but quality selection of 138 cattle were presented at the Wesfarmers Landmark Boyanup Store and weaner cattle sale held the Friday between Christmas and New Year. The buying gallery consisted of mainly bargain hunters who viewed
Boyanup steers to $762
08 Jan 03 Elders yarded more than 1150 head of cattle at the Boyanup store and weaner cattle sale last Friday, which was well above the advertised number. The quality was a little mixed with many of the cattle being vendors second drafts, with the top q
Bridgetown weaners to $679
08 Jan 03 AN excellent yarding of almost 1000 weaner cattle were presented at the Wesfarmers Landmark weaner sale held at Bridgetown on Monday, with competition and values holding strong right through to the last pen. With auctioneer Neil Foale, Wesfarm
Case-IH delivers with new CVX range
08 Jan 03 CASE-IH's added entry into the competitive utility tractor market comes in the form of its new European-made CVX range. Farmers are chasing a versatile no-fuss tractor capable of a range of work from spraying, carting, spreading, chasing, hay-
Elders Manjimup / Bridgetown Weaner sale 30/12/02
08 Jan 03 ELDERS offered a magnificent selection of weaner cattle at the combined Manjimup and Bridgetown weaner sale on December 30, where just over 1800 calves were penned at the two venues. The heavier steer calves reached a peak of 175.5c/kg at both
Esperance weaner steers, heifers, sell to $584
08 Jan 03 A TOTAL clearance of the 1650 weaner steers and heifers was a welcome result for the organisers of last week's Wesfarmers Landmark Esperance weaner sale where prices topped at $584 per head and 1.81c/kg. Despite the less than favourable season
Growers back aeration plan
08 Jan 03 AERATION equipment for barley, installed at 20 Co-operative Bulk Handling receival sites on along the south coast, got limited use because of the dry conditions this season. But growers who used the system gave it the thumbs up. The service handle
Managing wind erosion
08 Jan 03 PLOUGHING paddocks is not a wise management practice for the prevention of wind erosion this summer and autumn. The Department of Agriculture has received a number of enquiries from farmers asking about the best options for soil management follow
'Mr Fendt' a top salesman
08 Jan 03 YOU could almost get a headache talking about the Fendt Vario tractor because it has so many clever features. But WA's "Mr Fendt", Esperance salesman Neil Hall, who works for Esperance Agco dealer PH Kerr and Co, can talk to the cows come hom
Push for new AWB resolutions
08 Jan 03 THE Wheat Growers Association (WGA) has appealed to the directors of AWB Ltd to allow shareholders to vote on three resolutions at its annual general meeting. WGA president Bob Iffla said the resolutions had to be lodged with AWB by tomorrow w
Salinity drain push
08 Jan 03 A GROUP of Quairading farmers have begun a push to build a major salinity drain through the Lockhart-Yilgarn region. Spokesman Alan Gelmi said the group organised a meeting at Quairading before Christmas to gauge the amount of support for the
08 Jan 03 LNADHOLDERS are being reminded of their obligations with regard to the clearing of land. In late December, the Commissioner for Soil and Land Conservation successfully prosecuted a company for illegally clearing land on a property north east of La
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