Last Updated: May 27, 2015

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EU market share safe

AUSTRALIA is likely to keep its $280 million share of the European Union beef market.

Cattle restockers cautious

 Charlton Feedlot. Charlton. Cattle.
FEEDLOTTERS and processors with export orders to fill continue to drive up cattle prices.

MLA wants NVD refunds

EAST GIPPSLAND: Season report
PRODUCERS may get back the $700,000 of levy money spent in swapping over to the new NVD books earlier this year.

China lifts Brazil beef ban

 $10m for Port Keats Rd & Daly River crossing upgrade >>>> the Berrimah feedlot line. ( Cattle, cow,...
CHINA has lifted its ban on Brazilian beef, but it shouldn’t affect Australia’s market to China.

Decision awaited on beef

Angus cows and calves. Team Te Mania Angus cows and calves. Generic cattle
CATTLE transaction levy payers may soon face a “new world” of industry bodies.

Cattle cruelty link to old reports

 Cattle at Cedar Park cattle export yard ready for live cattle export trade with Indonesia, near Adelaide River, south of Dar...
THE federal agriculture department says fresh reports of Australian cattle being bashed with sledgehammers may not be new.

Cattle ear tag price falls

THE cost of cattle eartags has plummeted in Victoria.

PM cold on stopping Vietnam trade

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AN ANIMAL welfare group has called for a shutdown of the live cattle trade with Vietnam.

Unbeaten beef run

Colac store sale 10.4.15
YET another young cattle price record has been broken.

Bumper season El Nino buffer

Wodonga Weaner Sale
DEMAND and supply dyn­amics may offer beef producers some protection if an El Nino develops.

Price spike rushes to peak

Price spike rushes to peak
THE beef market has defied increased numbers to continue its record charge.

Outrage over Vietnam cattle cruelty

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SHOCKING footage has emerged of live export Australian cattle being bludgeoned to death with sledgehammers in Vietnam.

Mad cow disease risks trade pact

 Beef carcasses are moved around at the Rungis wholesale meat market, suburban Paris. Panic about the safety of beef is spira...
FEARS of US imports infected with mad cow disease is emerging as an issue in trans-Pacific trade talks.

China to hit meat racket

02/11/2006 ARTS: Beef Carcasses, Radfords abottoir, Warragul.
CHINA is cracking down on retailers selling non-Australian meat as Australian.

Watch the video Loose bull causes traffic chaos

 Merranlee bulls in the paddock. Merranlee Poll Hereford Stud principal Wayne Murray with some of the stock produced at his p...
HOW do you move a one tonne bull off the road? With a fair bit of difficulty. WATCH THE VIDEO

Smiles as saleyard price soars

Paul McKenzie Campsie Glen Angus
SELLING young calves at the Yea store sale last week paid off for Paul McKenzie.

Cattle returns getting better

BEEF: High Country Calf Sales
SOME exciting cattle prices have been recorded in the past week for those producers fortunate enough to be receiving them.

Sugarloaf looks sweet for nationals

Sugarloaf Creek Herefords, Corryong
WHEN the Hereford National Show and Sale was started 50 years ago, Andrew Klippell had not even been born.

Store price spikes

Wodonga cattle sale 7.5.2015
STORE cattle prices are reaping the benefits of a prime market surge as producers reinvest in the industry.

Consumers paying more for beef

Consumers paying more for beef
HIGHER cattle prices are finally flowing through to consumers.

Record beef run

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CATTLE prices look likely to smash the mythical 500c a kilogram barrier.

Prices soar as US farmers restock

 Cattle rest at a watering hole in a pasture near Canadian, Texas, USA, 28/07/2011 . A severe drought has caused shortages of...
AMERICAN farmers are paying up to A$4000 for commercial beef cows as they scramble to rebuild their herds.

Pub grub Stone’s cattle call hits the spot

Chef Nick Stone at Imperield Hotel Paddington
CHEF Nick Stone is supplying a century-old hotel with pub manager Hugh Clarke’s Southern Highlands cattle.

We pass muster with China

Beef Week
WATCHING cattle being mustered on horseback by the Fitzroy River near Rockhampton was Eric Huang’s idea of paradise.

Budget boost for cattle roads

 Boss Drover Bill Little drives a mob of cattle along one of the traditional routes near St George in Southern Queensland, he...
KEY cattle routes in northern Australia will get $100m for upgrades in next week’s federal Budget.

Beef exports soar

FARM Colin and Sally's Organic Lamb and Beef
AUSTRALIAN beef exports have continued at a high level, with 113,341 tonnes shipped last month.

RSPCA gone to the dogs

 Artwork - RSPCA logo.

FARMING leaders believe trust in the RSPCA has eroded to new lows.

The greatest league of all

WorkSafe Country Championships, Goulburn Valley FL V Geelong FL

GEELONG Football League faces another rematch in the Worksafe Country Championships next year.

EU market share safe

myrtleford cattle sale

AUSTRALIA is likely to keep its $280 million share of the European Union beef market.

Versatile range gaining traction

Versatile range gaining traction

THERE is no replacement for displacement and as the demand for more power increases, tracked tractors gain popularity.