Graziers look to Yea as an alternative weeks out from Pakenham's closure

Bryce Eishold
Updated June 4 2024 - 4:42pm, first published 12:04pm
Hugh Middleton, 85, Trafalgar, and John Clements, 82, Cremona Park, Caldermeade, sold almost 400 cattle between themselves at Yea on Friday. Picture by Bryce Eishold
Hugh Middleton, 85, Trafalgar, and John Clements, 82, Cremona Park, Caldermeade, sold almost 400 cattle between themselves at Yea on Friday. Picture by Bryce Eishold

A prominent Victorian saleyard has plans to capitalise on the imminent closure of the Victorian Livestock Exchange at Pakenham, with plans afoot to yard more than 40,000 cattle in 2024-25.

Bryce Eishold

Bryce Eishold

Senior journalist

Bryce is a senior journalist with Australian Community Media's Stock & Land where he reports on all aspects of agriculture. Bryce is also the president of the Rural Press Club of Victoria. Email Bryce at bryce.eishold@stockandland.com.au.

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