The cattle market has headed north this week as producers in the south get closer to the autumn break and parts of the east coast received some early falls.
Cattle studs across Tasmania are busy preparing for this year’s series of autumn bull sales which kick off in a few days.
A Victorian parliamentary petition has been launched to urge the government to shut down the Aussie Farms website.
Buyers came from Vic, SA, NSW and Tasmania for the annual Southern Charolais Breeders Group Sale on Monday at Yea, with selective bidding pushing prices to a top of $6500.
The pressures of the season and high cost of feeding has kept the lamb market in its knees again this week.