Feedlots strong at Barnawartha

MOST of north eastern Victoria had a dry autumn and a poor start to winter, which combined to trigger a larger than expected yarding at the Barnawatha store cattle market yesterday.
MOST of north eastern Victoria had a dry autumn and a poor start to winter, which combined to trigger a larger than expected yarding at the Barnawatha store cattle market yesterday.
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STARVED of recent store sheep buying opportunities, restockers set a cracking pace at the Wycheproof sheep sale Friday bidding the opening yard of 82 crossbred ewes and their 142 marked young lambs to a sale high of $276 a head. STARVED of recent store sheep buying opportunities, restockers set a cracking pace at the Wycheproof sheep sale Friday bidding the opening yard of 82 crossbred ewes and their 142 marked young lambs to a sale high of $276 a head.
BARRY O’Sullivan will have a singular focus when he spearheads a trade delegation to China to seal the deal on kangaroo meat exports. BARRY O’Sullivan will have a singular focus when he spearheads a trade delegation to China to seal the deal on kangaroo meat exports.
FARMERS are calling on the Liberal Party to kill off a push to derail Australia making commitments at upcoming climate talks. FARMERS are calling on the Liberal Party to kill off a push to derail Australia making commitments at upcoming climate talks.
THE price of Australian young cattle continues to gallop upwards, closing Thursday's markets at 513c/kg, up 177.75 on last year. THE price of Australian young cattle continues to gallop upwards, closing Thursday's markets at 513c/kg, up 177.75 on last year.
STARVED of recent store sheep buying opportunities, restockers set a cracking pace at the Wycheproof sheep sale Friday bidding the opening yard of 82 crossbred ewes and their 142 marked young lambs to a sale high of $276 a head.
29 Jun 15 STARVED of recent store sheep buying opportunities, restockers set a cracking pace at the Wycheproof sheep sale Friday bidding the opening yard of 82 crossbred ewes and their 142 marked...
THE possibility of Ballarat losing a multimillion dollar livestock hub has gained momentum as neighbouring shires express their interest in the relocation process.
29 Jun 15 THE possibility of Ballarat losing a multimillion dollar livestock hub has gained momentum as neighbouring shires express their interest in the relocation process.
THE Bairnsdale store cattle market remained steady overall on Friday, but there was a spike in heifer prices.
29 Jun 15 THE Bairnsdale store cattle market remained steady overall on Friday, but there was a spike in heifer prices.
beyondblue and The Movember Foundation have got behind The Ripple Effect campaign to help reduce the stigma of rural suicide.
22 Jun 15 beyondblue and The Movember Foundation have got behind The Ripple Effect campaign to help reduce the stigma of rural suicide.
Victoria's best bacon has been announced as Australian Bacon Week is underway.
22 Jun 15 Victoria's best bacon has been announced as Australian Bacon Week is underway.
THERE were a number of reasons for the good prices paid at Sale’s store cattle market last Friday, where 526 were yarded.
22 Jun 15 THERE were a number of reasons for the good prices paid at Sale’s store cattle market last Friday, where 526 were yarded.
PRICES at the Ballarat store cattle sale were $70-$100 a head dearer across the board today thanks to strong competition.
19 Jun 15 PRICES at the Ballarat store cattle sale were $70-$100 a head dearer across the board today thanks to strong competition.
RAINFALL from 15 to 100 millimeters across the Murray Darling Basin region has slashed livestock supply numbers across the major saleyards centres.
19 Jun 15 RAINFALL from 15 to 100 millimeters across the Murray Darling Basin region has slashed livestock supply numbers across the major saleyards centres.
19 Jun 15 Animal welfare experts are encouraged to come forward to help improve the welfare of animals across Victoria, with Expressions of Interest for members of the Animal Welfare Advisory...
IT'S been one year since animal cruelty allegations were raised on one of Canada's biggest dairy farms, and this week global dairy giant Saputo has reacted with new animal welfare guidelines.
16 Jun 15  2 IT'S been one year since animal cruelty allegations were raised on one of Canada's biggest dairy farms, and this week global dairy giant Saputo has reacted with new animal welfare...
IT was easy to see why the cattle yarding at Yea supplied more than 2600 head on Friday, and most animals were in store condition.
16 Jun 15 IT was easy to see why the cattle yarding at Yea supplied more than 2600 head on Friday, and most animals were in store condition.
GROWN cattle continued to sell well at Bairnsdale, where 1257 cattle were yarded on Friday.
15 Jun 15 GROWN cattle continued to sell well at Bairnsdale, where 1257 cattle were yarded on Friday.
EVERYONE was encouraging a headline that read 'Steers to $1940 a head at Leongatha'.
15 Jun 15 EVERYONE was encouraging a headline that read 'Steers to $1940 a head at Leongatha'.
THE future of the 146-year-old Geelong saleyards remains up in the air, after a council meeting this week decided to work with other neighbouring councils in a bid to develop a regional livestock selling solution.
12 Jun 15 THE future of the 146-year-old Geelong saleyards remains up in the air, after a council meeting this week decided to work with other neighbouring councils in a bid to develop a regional...
HEAVY steers were in demand at the Colac store sale on Friday, reaching 304 cents a kilogram.
08 Jun 15 HEAVY steers were in demand at the Colac store sale on Friday, reaching 304 cents a kilogram.
DEMAND was buoyant and competition free-wheeled for the much larger than anticipated 4100 head at NLVX Barnawartha end-of-financial year sale on Thursday.
05 Jun 15 DEMAND was buoyant and competition free-wheeled for the much larger than anticipated 4100 head at NLVX Barnawartha end-of-financial year sale on Thursday.
ABOUT six creditors entangled in Carpenter International's failed China deal are expected to challenge the company's administrator in the Supreme Court of Victoria over stock ownership.
05 Jun 15 ABOUT six creditors entangled in Carpenter International's failed China deal are expected to challenge the company's administrator in the Supreme Court of Victoria over stock ownership.
Buying opportunities were abundant at Euroa's monthly store cattle market yesterday in spite of much higher prices flowing to a smallish penning of 754 head.
04 Jun 15 Buying opportunities were abundant at Euroa's monthly store cattle market yesterday in spite of much higher prices flowing to a smallish penning of 754 head.
SOUTH-WEST Victorian store cattle prices edged higher during a keenly contested sale at Warrnambool on Friday.
01 Jun 15 SOUTH-WEST Victorian store cattle prices edged higher during a keenly contested sale at Warrnambool on Friday.
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.
29 May 15 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.
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  1 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.
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.
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