EU Angus exceed 300c/kg

CATTLE broke through the 300 cents-a-kilogram barrier at Bairnsdale's store cattle sale last Friday for EU-accredited Angus cattle from the high country.
CATTLE broke through the 300 cents-a-kilogram barrier at Bairnsdale's store cattle sale last Friday for EU-accredited Angus cattle from the high country.
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IT takes a lot to make a climatologist go 'wow' these days, but on May 18, there were plenty of 'wows' in the Bureau of Meteorology’s office. IT takes a lot to make a climatologist go 'wow' these days, but on May 18, there were plenty of 'wows' in the Bureau of Meteorology’s office.
THE government needs to stop commissioning endless reports into rail infrastructure and let the building begin, says Luke Fraser. THE government needs to stop commissioning endless reports into rail infrastructure and let the building begin, says Luke Fraser.
TAX depreciation measures for farmers announced in the 2015 Federal Budget will be brought forward to this year. TAX depreciation measures for farmers announced in the 2015 Federal Budget will be brought forward to this year.
THE Australian Made Campaign is teaming up with RANGEme to help give Aussie growers and manufacturers a competitive edge. THE Australian Made Campaign is teaming up with RANGEme to help give Aussie growers and manufacturers a competitive edge.
THE Boot Camp for Young Farmers pilot program delivered across Victoria last week has been two years in the making.
29 May 15 THE Boot Camp for Young Farmers pilot program delivered across Victoria last week has been two years in the making.
THE recent investment by major commercial players in the premium beef industry is set to propel Australian-produced Wagyu onto the world stage.
29 May 15 THE recent investment by major commercial players in the premium beef industry is set to propel Australian-produced Wagyu onto the world stage.
Cattle - Beef
AUCTIONSPLUS is preparing for a bumper few months, with the company's wool recess sale in July anticipated to continue the online system's record-breaking run of sales.
29 May 15 AUCTIONSPLUS is preparing for a bumper few months, with the company's wool recess sale in July anticipated to continue the online system's record-breaking run of sales.
IN A fitting celebration for the event's 50th year, the Wodonga Hereford National Show and Sale grossed in excess of $1 million.
28 May 15 IN A fitting celebration for the event's 50th year, the Wodonga Hereford National Show and Sale grossed in excess of $1 million.
28 May 15 THE stock ownership feud between administrators of former live export company Carpenter International and three agent creditors continues, despite stock hitting the state's market.
28 May 15 THE RSPCA has been ordered to pay $1.4 million to the owners of Murray Grey cattle euthanased by its inspectors at Framlingham in 2003.
A MELBOURNE-BASED wool agent has been fined $15,000 for fraudulently tampering with wool bales for his personal profit.
28 May 15 A MELBOURNE-BASED wool agent has been fined $15,000 for fraudulently tampering with wool bales for his personal profit.
Sheep - Wool
BILL Reid was seeking a new superfine ram when he came across Angel fleece several years ago.
26 May 15  1 BILL Reid was seeking a new superfine ram when he came across Angel fleece several years ago.
Sheep - Wool
A PERFECT autumn morning led to strong result at the Myrtleford store sale on Friday.
25 May 15 A PERFECT autumn morning led to strong result at the Myrtleford store sale on Friday.
BENALLA local Ellen Versteegen has taken out the 2015 National Student Award title at the Ag Institute Australia (AIA) National Conference in Brisbane.
25 May 15 BENALLA local Ellen Versteegen has taken out the 2015 National Student Award title at the Ag Institute Australia (AIA) National Conference in Brisbane.
SOUTH Australian buyers on the hunt for feeder and restocker cattle after recent rain - helped to lift prices at Hamilton yesterday.
22 May 15 SOUTH Australian buyers on the hunt for feeder and restocker cattle after recent rain - helped to lift prices at Hamilton yesterday.
THE emphasis of drought assistance was very much on northern NSW and Queensland in last week's budget, but Victoria's farmers will also benefit through funding of the Rural Financial Counselling Service (RFCS), to ensure its service delivery beyond June 30.
22 May 15 THE emphasis of drought assistance was very much on northern NSW and Queensland in last week's budget, but Victoria's farmers will also benefit through funding of the Rural Financial...
GIPPSLAND beef producers Brad and Irene Gale received the prestigious Great Southern Beef Supplier of the Year award at last week's JBS Australia supplier group awards in Melbourne.
21 May 15 GIPPSLAND beef producers Brad and Irene Gale received the prestigious Great Southern Beef Supplier of the Year award at last week's JBS Australia supplier group awards in Melbourne.
WANGARATTA farmer Greg Mirabella said the local Victorian Farmers Federation branch, of which he is president, played a key role in calling for government scrutiny of the processing sector following the buyers' boycott at Barnawartha saleyard in February.
21 May 15 WANGARATTA farmer Greg Mirabella said the local Victorian Farmers Federation branch, of which he is president, played a key role in calling for government scrutiny of the processing...
In only his first year at the top Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) job, Richard Norton has been asked to reflect on what he hopes his legacy will be.
21 May 15 In only his first year at the top Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) job, Richard Norton has been asked to reflect on what he hopes his legacy will be.
THE United Dairyfarmers of Victoria (UDV) is calling on Hobart property developer Linear to give a clearer indication of where it stands in regards to its plans to purchase dairy farms throughout the Western District and into south-east South Australia.
21 May 15  2 THE United Dairyfarmers of Victoria (UDV) is calling on Hobart property developer Linear to give a clearer indication of where it stands in regards to its plans to purchase dairy farms...
THERE will be sheep galore on display next Tuesday (May 26) at Everton as part of the Ovens Valley wether production trial.
With 35 teams of 2012-drop wethers in the competition, it is the longest-running wether production trial in Victoria, established in 1989.
21 May 15 THERE will be sheep galore on display next Tuesday (May 26) at Everton as part of the Ovens Valley wether production trial. With 35 teams of 2012-drop wethers in the competition, it is...
THE TASMANIAN Government says it has struck a deal with Victoria, to ensure the state will be protected from planned fee rises at the Port of Melbourne.
20 May 15 THE TASMANIAN Government says it has struck a deal with Victoria, to ensure the state will be protected from planned fee rises at the Port of Melbourne.
A 310-HECTARE Gippsland dairy farm has been sold to Chinese investors for more than $8 million
20 May 15 A 310-HECTARE Gippsland dairy farm has been sold to Chinese investors for more than $8 million
THE STATE OPPOSITION claims the government is refusing to commit the proceeds from the sale of the Rural Finance Corporation (RFC) to regional Victorian infrastructure projects.
19 May 15 THE STATE OPPOSITION claims the government is refusing to commit the proceeds from the sale of the Rural Finance Corporation (RFC) to regional Victorian infrastructure projects.
ON THEIR notoriously wet dairy farm in South Gippsland, Tim and Grit Cashin often apply nitrogen generously in the hope that it will last a bit longer in the system - and trigger extra grass growth.
18 May 15 ON THEIR notoriously wet dairy farm in South Gippsland, Tim and Grit Cashin often apply nitrogen generously in the hope that it will last a bit longer in the system - and trigger extra...
THE TASMANIAN Government has launched a new project, it claims should push up farm productivity and create jobs across the state.
15 May 15 THE TASMANIAN Government has launched a new project, it claims should push up farm productivity and create jobs across the state.
TONY Abbott says the Vic government is “ripping off” Tasmanian exporters by allowing a massive increase in charges at the Port of Melbourne.
14 May 15 TONY Abbott says the Vic government is “ripping off” Tasmanian exporters by allowing a massive increase in charges at the Port of Melbourne. | DP World risks Melbourne port sale  | Talk to shippers: Tas Gov't 
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I went into a shop and asked for a litre of milk. The assistant said 5 dollars please. I said I
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Nico, the UN's IPCC accepted satellite temperature data sets (RSS & UAH) pretty well concur that
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this climate stuff is hocus pokus. I have seen these seasonal forecasts be miles out too often.
BENALLA local Ellen Versteegen has taken out the 2015 National Student Award title at the Ag Institute Australia (AIA) National Conference in Brisbane.25 May 15 BENALLA local Ellen Versteegen has taken out the 2015 National Student Award title at the Ag Institute Australia...
THE TASMANIAN Government has launched a new project, it claims should push up farm productivity and create jobs across the state.15 May 15 THE TASMANIAN Government has launched a new project, it claims should push up farm productivity and create jobs...