What's in store: 'pointy' end of the year

By Murray Arnel
Updated December 11 2015 - 6:46am, first published November 8 2013 - 5:00pm
Moving away from the traditional SRS style of heavy-wool-cutting Merinos, Central West NSW producer David Greig travelled south from Tottenham in the Nyngan district to claim a B-double transport load of the Keri Keri-blood young ewes offered at Swan Hill on Friday. Paying to $161 a head, Mr Greig said his purchase was targeted to place greater focus on meat production.

WITH October completed and the Melbourne Cup run, it's noticeable the pace too has quickened in agricultural pursuits as the pointy end of the year bears down.

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