MP says shoulder period will help exports

By Mal Gill
Updated September 20 2018 - 3:16pm, first published September 12 2018 - 6:00am
 O'Connor MP Rick Wilson (left), acting chief executive of the Regional Investment Corporation Matt Ryan and Australian Bureau of Agriculture and Resource Economics and Sciences chief commodities analyst Peter Gooday were speakers at last week's regional outlook conference.
O'Connor MP Rick Wilson (left), acting chief executive of the Regional Investment Corporation Matt Ryan and Australian Bureau of Agriculture and Resource Economics and Sciences chief commodities analyst Peter Gooday were speakers at last week's regional outlook conference.

A PROPOSED “shoulder period” relaxing reduced stocking rate density over part of the northern hemisphere summer period could encourage live sheep exporters to resume the trade earlier.

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