CQ meatworks back in action

CENTRAL Queensland's three major meatworks are swinging back into action following the impact of Cyclone Marcia.
CENTRAL Queensland's three major meatworks are swinging back into action following the impact of Cyclone Marcia.
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FEATURE breeder's lines of steers and heifers aided a strong sale at Pakenham yesterday. FEATURE breeder's lines of steers and heifers aided a strong sale at Pakenham yesterday.
THE Tasmanian government has moved to extend its ban on fracking for another five years. THE Tasmanian government has moved to extend its ban on fracking for another five years.
A FUNDING submission for a proposed $1.4 million new multi-species abattoir on King Island has been knocked back by a Federal Government committee. A FUNDING submission for a proposed $1.4 million new multi-species abattoir on King Island has been knocked back by a Federal Government committee.
THIS year's Boonaroo Angus bull sale climaxed at $15,000 and recorded a $5586 per head average - smashing past years' results and putting the 2015 sale at the top of their hall of fame. THIS year's Boonaroo Angus bull sale climaxed at $15,000 and recorded a $5586 per head average - smashing past years' results and putting the 2015 sale at the top of their hall of fame.
A FUNDING submission for a proposed $1.4 million new multi-species abattoir on King Island has been knocked back by a Federal Government committee.
26 Feb 15 A FUNDING submission for a proposed $1.4 million new multi-species abattoir on King Island has been knocked back by a Federal Government committee.
CHANGES to reporting investigation results of ESCAS breaches will not reduce industry transparency, according to live exporters.
26 Feb 15  1 CHANGES to reporting investigation results of ESCAS breaches will not reduce industry transparency, according to live exporters. | ESCAS reports ‘sanitised’, says...  | New plan for ESCAS reporting 
DEALING with the image problems of harvesting an icon species is one of the challenges for a new kangaroo export market analysis.
25 Feb 15 DEALING with the image problems of harvesting an icon species is one of the challenges for a new kangaroo export market analysis. | Roos loose in Greens' top paddock 
RSPCA Australia has accused the federal government of reducing transparency on live animal exports to serve industry “spin”.
23 Feb 15  9 RSPCA Australia has accused the federal government of reducing transparency on live animal exports to serve industry “spin”. | ESCAS is 'false assurance': RSPCA  | ESCAS a world welfare leader: Joyce 
Mount Difficult Hansen H34 stole the show at the Mount Difficult Poll Hereford stud dispersal fetching the sale high of $20,000.
20 Feb 15 Mount Difficult Hansen H34 stole the show at the Mount Difficult Poll Hereford stud dispersal fetching the sale high of $20,000.
A NEW regime for reporting live export ESCAS breach investigation results has been adopted by the Department of Agriculture.
20 Feb 15  2 A NEW regime for reporting live export ESCAS breach investigation results has been adopted by the Department of Agriculture. | Live ex class action defence...  | Live ex 'legal, legitimate,... 
THE dingo fence has stirred a long-running scientific debate: does the exclusion of dingoes have detrimental effects on ecosystems?
18 Feb 15  5 THE dingo fence has stirred a long-running scientific debate: does the exclusion of dingoes have detrimental effects on ecosystems?
ANIMAL rights activist Chris Delforce may be invited to give evidence before a federal Senate inquiry into federal farm raid laws.
17 Feb 15  2 ANIMAL rights activist Chris Delforce may be invited to give evidence before a federal Senate inquiry into federal farm raid laws.
LEGISLATION to modernise the Biosecurity Act underwent a lively political debate in the House of Representatives.
14 Feb 15 LEGISLATION to modernise the Biosecurity Act underwent a lively political debate in the House of Representatives. | Fresh approach to BJD on cards  | Farm trespass on new year agenda 
PEOPLE flocked to the new Barnawatha saleyard in Victoria for the inaugural sale.
13 Feb 15 PEOPLE flocked to the new Barnawatha saleyard in Victoria for the inaugural sale.
FARMERS should treat their boundary fences the same way they expect the government to protect our borders, says David Palmer.
07 Feb 15  3 FARMERS should treat their boundary fences the same way they expect the government to protect our borders, says David Palmer. | Fresh approach to BJD on cards 
THE Big Country Brahman Sale conducted at the Dalrymple sale yards has been heralded by vendors and agents as a great success and the final figures and a 100 per cent clearance confirm that.
04 Feb 15 THE Big Country Brahman Sale conducted at the Dalrymple sale yards has been heralded by vendors and agents as a great success and the final figures and a 100 per cent clearance confirm that.
RENEWED calls for a ban on live animal export from Australia fail to take into account the real consequences, say livestock exporters.
03 Feb 15  30 RENEWED calls for a ban on live animal export from Australia fail to take into account the real consequences, say livestock exporters. | Live ex class action defence... 
THE first day of selling at the 2015 annual Big Country Brahman sale was strong, achieving a 100 per cent clearance.
03 Feb 15 THE first day of selling at the 2015 annual Big Country Brahman sale was strong, achieving a 100 per cent clearance.
THE new National Vendor Declaration (NVD) forms – issued nearly 12 months ago – are causing headaches for farmers, agents and industry, as the deadline looms for the forms to be actively used.
22 Jan 15  9 THE new National Vendor Declaration (NVD) forms – issued nearly 12 months ago – are causing headaches for farmers, agents and industry, as the deadline looms for the forms to be actively...
THIRTY sheep killed by wild dogs and dingoes in 10 days has farmer Peter Waterhouse patrolling his East Maya wheat and sheep property with a shotgun at dawn and dusk each day.
22 Jan 15  6 THIRTY sheep killed by wild dogs and dingoes in 10 days has farmer Peter Waterhouse patrolling his East Maya wheat and sheep property with a shotgun at dawn and dusk each day.
THE government’s long-awaited review of the Exporter Supply Chain Assurance System (ESCAS) has been released today.
21 Jan 15  22 THE government’s long-awaited review of the Exporter Supply Chain Assurance System (ESCAS) has been released today.
PRICES at the final weaners sale at the existing Wodonga saleyards were still quite buoyant today.
Independent agents at the All Breed sale had a good yarding of 2509 cattle, both steers and heifers.
16 Jan 15 PRICES at the final weaners sale at the existing Wodonga saleyards were still quite buoyant today. Independent agents at the All Breed sale had a good yarding of 2509 cattle, both...
CATTLE breeders seeking superior female genetics locked horns and chased Angus heifer prices to a record high of 294c/kg lwt at the Hamilton weaner sales today.
15 Jan 15 CATTLE breeders seeking superior female genetics locked horns and chased Angus heifer prices to a record high of 294c/kg lwt at the Hamilton weaner sales today.
In an exceptional sale, yearling steers sold to $1245 and consignment of Hereford steers averaged $1099.
15 Jan 15 In an exceptional sale, yearling steers sold to $1245 and consignment of Hereford steers averaged $1099.
RACHEL McGlashan has a hankering for Peking duck pancakes, so she takes her daughters to the poultry pen and selects a duck.
14 Jan 15 RACHEL McGlashan has a hankering for Peking duck pancakes, so she takes her daughters to the poultry pen and selects a duck.
COMPETITION remained hot on the second day of Wodonga's weaner sales, with welcome rain spurring buyers to maintain high prices.
09 Jan 15  1 COMPETITION remained hot on the second day of Wodonga's weaner sales, with welcome rain spurring buyers to maintain high prices.
VIDEO: A RED hot market has kicked of the steer portion of the first day of the Wodonga weaner sales.
08 Jan 15 VIDEO: A RED hot market has kicked of the steer portion of the first day of the Wodonga weaner sales. | Interstate buyers lift demand  | Prices up as weaner sales lift-off 
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I think it is very wrong that Greg misfud thinks that some of us doggers fraud the system maybe
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Sounds like you may have some median, mode, mean shoppers over your way Bushie Bill. A few
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So the man who has never run a business in his life condescendingly says that new red tape will
THE Tasmanian government has moved to extend its ban on fracking for another five years.26 Feb 15 THE Tasmanian government has moved to extend its ban on fracking for another five years.
For Australian agriculture to meets its enormous potential, the government must play a key role in supporting research and development, and collaboration, an international expert has said.26 Feb 15 For Australian agriculture to meets its enormous potential, the government must play a key role in supporting...