Last Updated: November 01, 2014

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Live cattle exports soar

LIVE cattle exports have jumped 74 per cent year-on-year.

Tick disease found in SA

 Cattle tick story.
THE tick-borne cattle disease theileriosis has been found for the first time in the southeast of South Australia.

Joyce rues live cattle ban

Question Time - House of Reps.
MINISTER for Agriculture Barnaby Joyce rues the previous Labor administration’s “dopey” live cattle ban.

Beef goes off the boil

Wodonga cattle sale
CATTLE prices have plunged from their two-year high of just three weeks ago.

Cattlemen muster for class action

Cattlemen muster for class action
CATTLE producers and exporters have launched a class action over the 2011 ban on live animal exports to Indonesia.

Wagyu debate put to taste test

Wagyu Cattle
CATTLEMAN David Blackmore has no qualms about the Wagyu beef industry being put under the microscope of the ACCC.

Steer prices higher up north

Heyfield store cattle sale
VICTORIAN young cattle prices are tracking at a significant discount to those in NSW and Queensland.

Beef numbers defy returns

Beef numbers defy returns
THE number of cattle still coming out of paddocks continues to amaze.

Cattle prices fall

Wodonga cattle sale
PRIME cattle prices have slumped 12c/kg in the past two days.

Hereford heifers off to China

Injemira 25.2.2014
HEREFORD females from the Riverina are about to make their new home in China.

Brazil to beef up feedlots

 Almost all of Brazil's 180 million-head beef herd are grass fed cattle.
UPDATE: BRAZIL will step up its beef production over the next 10 years.

Show family affair after 60 years

Hobart Show Dairy Cows
FOR 60 years, the Geard family at Broadmarsh has maintained a tradition of showing at the Royal Hobart Show.

Straw gold for Angus herd

Straw gold for Angus herd
A FEW months can make a big difference when it comes to cattle prices, just ask Paul Walsh.

Beef producers continue sell-off

Beef producers continue sell-off
BEEF producers remain wary of the season and are still in sell mode.

Supermarket giants buy direct

Supermarket giants buy direct
UPDATE: AUSTRALIA’s supermarket will source milk and grass-fed beef directly from Victorian farmers.

Beef exports top $670m

Paddock
THE value of Australian beef and veal shipments increased 29 per cent in August.

Livestock earnings improve

Bendigo Prime Lamb Sale
VICTORIAN livestock farmers reported an increase in profit in 2013-14.

Cattle price injection

STUD Beef Paringa Livestock. Tom Lawson and his cattle on farm at Yea
UPDATE: STRONG demand has driven young cattle prices to a two-year high.

Live cattle export records broken

Cattle at Cedar Park cattle export yard ready for live cattle export trade with Indonesia, near Adelaide River, south of Darw...
AUSTRALIA’S live cattle trade has climbed to record levels, soaring past the $1 billion mark.

Feet trimming just got easier

Feet trimming just got easier
KYABRAM farmers develop cow immobilising device which improves safety and reduces stress on cattle.

Perth courts Cattle scam guilty plea likely

Guilty plea likely over $700,000 cattle scam
A MAN accused of being involved in a $700,000 cattle scam has indicated he will plead guilty to the charges.

Angus reigns supreme at show

Angus reigns supreme at show
AN ANGUS bull has won the supreme interbreed exhibit at the beef cattle judging today.

Cattle producers slam MLA plans

 FARM. Sandy Leatham with her shop 'Hook and Spoon' in Benalla and on farm with her beef cattle.
CATTLE producers have hit out at Meat & Livestock Australia’s plans for the future of the organisation.

US heifer sets world record

US heifer sets world record
A HEREFORD heifer made $180,000 at a sale in the US on Monday to set a world record for whiteface females.

Long shot on Shorthorns pays

Royal Melbourne Show - Cattle Judging
DAVID Ashley needed just three heifers for success at this year’s beef cattle judging at the Melbourne Show.

Limousin’s genes shine again

Royal Melbourne Show - Cattle Judging
THE first calf Patrick Halloran ever bred is still rewarding the stud breeder five years on.

Ouyen’s grim death toll

 West Wimmera Harvest. Unloading wheat at the Laharum Grain Storage site. The wheat is travelling up into silo

UPDATE: The Mallee community has been shattered by the accidental death of another young farmer.

Review into country cricket

Supplied Editorial FW: picture

UPDATE: COUNTRY cricket in Victoria is about to go under the microscope.

Auctions take direct hit

Corowa sheep sale

LAMB pricing appears to have shifted in favour of direct selling this spring.

John Deere 1025R a little ripper

Elmore Field Days 2014 Wednesday

SIMPLICITY and versatility are the main selling points for John Deere’s 1 Series sub-compact utility tractors.

Humour is a blowtorch

Country Living: Sculptor and jeweller Russell Petherbridge

RUSSELL Petherbridge successfully crosses the gulf between sport and art.

Editor’s Letter: October 2014

 Natalee Ward. Weekly Times. HWT staff.

THE Weekly Times held its first FORUM last month, a day for farmers to get together and hear from some successful producers and marketing gurus on how to build a strong business brand.