Category: Beef

Crossbred entries excel in RNA’s 2021 Wagyu Challenge

Crossbred entries have excelled in Brisbane Show’s 2021 Wagyu Challenge, results from which were released overnight following the recent cancellation of this year’s Ekka due to COVID. Source: Beef Central Crossbred entries excel in RNA’s 2021 Wagyu Challenge

Ultrablacks strike gold in 2021 Paddock to Palate championships

In a week where Olympic records have tumbled with breath-taking regularity in Tokyo, closer to home Palgrove Charolais and Ultrablack genetics have again set new benchmarks for performance in one of Australia’s largest objectively measured commercial cattle competitions. Source: Beef Central Ultrablacks strike gold in 2021 Paddock to Palate championships

Roma store sale 3 Aug 2021: Angus heifers set new saleyard record

The general run of yearling heifers averaged 10c to 14c dearer, however one consignment of very well bred Angus heifers set a Roma saleyard record at 894c/kg. Source: Beef Central Roma store sale 3 Aug 2021: Angus heifers set new saleyard record

Kay’s Cuts: US (and Australian) packers face growing labour crisis

The US National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, members of the US Congress and the Biden Administration remain fixated on a belief that the US beef processing industry needs more capacity, while ignoring labour challenges which are possibly at their worst in history, columnist Steve Kay writes. Source: Beef Central Kay’s Cuts: US (and Australian) packers… Read more »

Beef Central’s beef quiz – July 2021

Test your industry knowledge with our July 2021 beef and cattle quiz. Source: Beef Central Beef Central’s beef quiz – July 2021

Watchdog clears MLA over beef ad complaint

It has been a roller coaster ride for Meat & Livestock Australia’s red meat advertising campaigns in recent weeks. MLA last week received bouquets for its latest national lamb advertising campaign ‘Make Lamb Not Walls’, judged ‘TV Ad of the year’ and ‘Ad Campaign of the Year’, but amidst that success came brickbats from some… Read more »

New $225,000 record-priced Angus bull finds his way onto the semen market

The new $225,000 Australian record priced Angus bull sold at the annual Texas Angus sale near Warialda last week will find his way onto the semen market, with straws expected to be released for sale in late August or early September. Sexed semen will be available next year. Source: Beef Central New 5,000 record-priced… Read more »

Subdued July beef exports total less than 82,000t

Australia’s July beef exports showed a modest improvement on the month before, but continue to labour under the burden of critically short livestock supply, in the face of solid international demand. Source: Beef Central Subdued July beef exports total less than 82,000t

Watchdog clears MLA over beef ad complaint

It has been a roller coaster ride for Meat & Livestock Australia’s red meat advertising campaigns in recent weeks. Source: Beef Central Watchdog clears MLA over beef ad complaint

Offerings, clearances decline in online trading

Reports of buyers baulking at the higher prices required to secure quality lines impacted clearance rates for younger cattle online this week, with quality the main determining factor for lower average prices for confirmed breeding stock. Source: Beef Central Offerings, clearances decline in online trading

JBS’s Royal 100 brand program celebrates Brisbane show winners

In the countdown to Brisbane Royal Show starting next Thursday, JBS Australia is showcasing samples from the prestigious RNA Paddock to Palate competition, with a limited-release beef offering across retail and food service outlets in Brisbane and regional areas of Queensland. Source: Beef Central JBS’s Royal 100 brand program celebrates Brisbane show winners

Episode 23: Veteran meatworks cattle buyer, David Ronalds

In this week’s episode of The Weekly Grill podcast series, host Kerry Lonergan turns up the heat again on veteran Victorian meatworks cattle buyer, David Ronalds, who this year clocks up his fifth-eighth year buying cattle across eastern and central Australia. How has the industry changed? What was cattle buying like back in 1964, when… Read more »

Angus bull sets new $225,000 breed record

The 2021 spring bull selling season is off to a cracking start, with a new national Angus breed record of $225,000 set this morning at the annual Texas Angus bull sale in northern NSW. Source: Beef Central Angus bull sets new 5,000 breed record

Strong lift in AA Co’s share price in advance of today’s AGM

Swept along by a rampant beef cattle and property market, Australian Agricultural Co shares finished at a three-and-a-half year high of $1.405 yesterday, in advance of this morning’s 2021 annual general meeting, held online. A greater focus on sustainability, and weathering the COVID storm in international beef markets occupied much of this morning’s presentations to… Read more »

Dalby sale 28 July 2021: Firm demand for 3580

Demand remained firm with strong buyer competition however overall prices eased for steers and heifers with the exception of light weight yearling steers and medium weight yearling heifers, while heavy weight prime cows improved. Source: Beef Central Dalby sale 28 July 2021: Firm demand for 3580

AA Co AGM questions: What was on shareholders’ minds?

Prospects for shareholder dividends, the future of the company’s mothballed Livingstone Beef abattoir near Darwin, and risk of cattle theft were among questions put to the Australian Agricultural Co board during this morning’s 2021 annual general meeting. Source: Beef Central AA Co AGM questions: What was on shareholders’ minds?

Australia remains well on top in global cattle and beef price ‘league table’

With cattle markets continuing to push to stratospheric levels during July, it’s perhaps no surprise that Australia remains well on top in the ‘international league table’ that represents live cattle and carcase beef prices around the world. Source: Beef Central Australia remains well on top in global cattle and beef price ‘league table’

Roma store sale 27 July: Quality mixed in 6284 head yarding

Despite the sizable yarding, competition remained firm for quality cattle with price fluctuations reflective of quality variations. Source: Beef Central Roma store sale 27 July: Quality mixed in 6284 head yarding

Weekly kill: Processor margins improving, but still a long way from ‘black ink’

There’s been a moderate improvement in beef processor profitability on cattle slaughter this month, but it remains a long way from ‘black ink’. The monthly processor margin calculated by TEM’s Matt Dalgleish recorded an average loss per head of cattle processed last month of $253. Source: Beef Central Weekly kill: Processor margins improving, but… Read more »

Competitor watch: Drought helps push US cattle inventory 1.3m lower

Declines in the US beef cow herd and lower cattle inventories point to continued reduction in US cattle availability and higher prices in the next 18 months, US analysts suggest Source: Beef Central Competitor watch: Drought helps push US cattle inventory 1.3m lower

Rising Champions return with a new format

Cattle Council of Australia and NAB are calling for young members of the Australian beef industry to apply for the 2022 NAB Agribusiness Rising Champions Initiative. Source: Beef Central Rising Champions return with a new format

Lotfeeder Stockyard secures Australian agriculture’s first sustainability-linked loan

In what is claimed to be a first for Australian agriculture, Queensland grainfed beef producer Stockyard Group has entered into a sustainability-driven loan with Commonwealth Bank, linking environmental, animal welfare and workplace safety performance directly with the applicable interest rate. Source: Sheep Central Lotfeeder Stockyard secures Australian agriculture’s first sustainability-linked loan

Lotfeeder Stockyard secures Australian agriculture’s first sustainability-linked loan

In what is claimed to be a first for Australian agriculture, Queensland grainfed beef producer Stockyard Group has entered into a sustainability-driven loan with Commonwealth Bank, linking environmental, animal welfare and workplace safety performance directly with the applicable interest rate. Source: Grain Central Lotfeeder Stockyard secures Australian agriculture’s first sustainability-linked loan

Lotfeeder Stockyard secures Australian agriculture’s first sustainability-linked loan

In what is claimed to be a first for Australian agriculture, Queensland grainfed beef producer Stockyard Group has entered into a sustainability-driven loan with Commonwealth Bank, linking environmental, animal welfare and workplace safety performance directly with the applicable interest rate. Source: Beef Central Lotfeeder Stockyard secures Australian agriculture’s first sustainability-linked loan

Wagga sale 19 July: Market rallies on rain

The strong demand pushed prices along as southern processor scrambled for supply. Prices jumped 10c/kg across all categories. Source: Beef Central Wagga sale 19 July: Market rallies on rain

Light weaners catapault $300 higher at Ballarat

A return to stage-one Covid restrictions across regional Victoria had zero-influence on demand at Ballarat’s July store cattle market on Friday when a flurry of interstate buying orders propelled young cattle values to unprecedented levels. Source: Beef Central Light weaners catapault 0 higher at Ballarat

Darling Downs beef producer’s global push supported with Qld Govt grant

Darling Downs boutique beef producer Clayton’s Organic Beef is aiming to extend its online reach into Dubai and Vietnam and boost its American sales, a goal that will be supported with a  $10,000 Queensland Government grant.  Source: Beef Central Darling Downs beef producer’s global push supported with Qld Govt grant

Episode 21: Beef processor, ACC’s David Foote

In this week’s episode of The Weekly Grill podcast series, host Kerry Lonergan turns up the heat on veteran Queensland beef processor and supply chain manager, Australian Country Choice’s David Foote. Source: Beef Central Episode 21: Beef processor, ACC’s David Foote

Dalby sale 14 July 2021: All descriptions for firm to dearer

Yearling steers to feed for the domestic market improved by 15c to 44c, and heavy weight yearling steers to feed lifted in price by 37c/kg. All classes of yearling heifers sold to a dearer trend with improvements of 23c to 48c/kg fairly common. Source: Beef Central Dalby sale 14 July 2021: All descriptions for… Read more »

Roma store sale 13 July: Numbers jump with annual Kindee run

Competition was very strong and prices improved significantly from the previous week as buyers competed for quality lines. Source: Beef Central Roma store sale 13 July: Numbers jump with annual Kindee run

Weekly genetics review: Opportunities with yearling bulls

It’s close to 30 years since former Beef Cattle Officer with NSW Agriculture, Sandy Yeates published a short manual titled “Yearling Bulls, tapping their immense potential.” But have commercial bulls buyers really embraced the range of opportunities in using yearling bulls, genetics editor Alastair Rayner asks…   Source: Beef Central Weekly genetics review: Opportunities… Read more »

Advancing the conceptions of late calvers

Late calving females can be a major source of reproductive wastage in Australian beef herds, contributing to economic losses, lower weaning weights and heifers unable to reach mating weights. Minimising the time from calving to resumption of oestrus and maximising the opportunity to conceive is the key to advancing the conceptions of late calvers and bringing… Read more »

Angus Australia commits $3m to future of Angus Sire Benchmarking Program

Angus Australia recently approved a $3 million investment in growing the Angus genotype and phenotype reference population, particularly for hard-to-measure traits, through an additional five cohorts of the Angus Sire Benchmarking Program. Source: Beef Central Angus Australia commits m to future of Angus Sire Benchmarking Program

Larkin parts company with Kidman/Hancock Pastoral

The man in charge of operations for Gina Rinehart’s Hancock Pastoral and Kidman Pastoral investments, David Larkin, left the business abruptly over the weekend. Source: Beef Central Larkin parts company with Kidman/Hancock Pastoral

$484 million return potential for sheep and beef producers

MEAT & Livestock Australia’s BredWell FedWell program has generated an estimated $33.8 million in extra profits across the sheep industry, according to a report released today. Source: Sheep Central 4 million return potential for sheep and beef producers

Episode 20: Beef advocate and orthopaedic surgeon, Gary Fettke

In this week’s episode of The Weekly Grill podcast series, host Kerry Lonergan turns up the heat on orthopaedic surgeon, Gary Fettke, who this year has emerged as a powerful advocate for a diet containing adequate amounts of red meat. Source: Beef Central Episode 20: Beef advocate and orthopaedic surgeon, Gary Fettke

Packhorse secures Roma’s Stuart’s Creek in $30m deal

Emerging beef industry investment vehicle Packhorse Pastoral Co has paid $27 million bare for noted large-scale Roma district grazing property Stuarts Creek, as the foundation for its first round fund-raising. The sale price represents one of the biggest single grazing property deals struck in Queensland’s Maranoa region. Source: Beef Central Packhorse secures Roma’s Stuart’s… Read more »

Wagga sale 11 July: Prices build with wet paddocks and quality yarding

Feedlots cornered 70 percent of the market which contributed to price surges of up to 20c, while restockers stole the show in the heifer run elevating prices by 80c/kg. Source: Beef Central Wagga sale 11 July: Prices build with wet paddocks and quality yarding

Young beef judges and paraders set for national finals

Australia and New Zealand’s seven sharpest young beef cattle judges and the most skilled beef cattle paraders have been announced by Agricultural Shows of Australia (ASA) as eligible to compete in the national finalists of the prestigious annual competition to be judged next month. Source: Beef Central Young beef judges and paraders set for national… Read more »

Kay’s Cuts: New US processor entrants face hurdles

Moves to add new processing plants have suddenly become all the rage in the US beef industry, regular columnist Steve Kay reports – but they face several challenges around labour, cattle supply and marketing. Source: Beef Central Kay’s Cuts: New US processor entrants face hurdles

Dalby sale 7 July 2021: Firm to dearer trend continues

Light weight yearling steers returning to the paddock continued to be in demand. Restockers were in direct competition against feeder buyers on yearling steers under 400kg, and prices generally improved. Source: Beef Central Dalby sale 7 July 2021: Firm to dearer trend continues

Broad-based demand growth fuels US beef exports to record highs

Fuelled by impressive growth in a wide range of destinations, US beef export value and volume shattered previous monthly records in May, according to data released by the US Department of Agriculture yesterday. May US exports were not far off being double Australia’s volumes, for the same period. Source: Beef Central Broad-based demand growth… Read more »

Roma store sale 6 July 2021: Prices improve in first new financial year sale

Prices improved across the steers, and over the lead of the heifers, off the back of strong restocker, and feedlot competition for the reduced yarding. Cows also saw improvements, despite the reduced processor competition Source: Beef Central Roma store sale 6 July 2021: Prices improve in first new financial year sale

Why is the beef industry losing its Indigenous workforce?

Figures recently released show Indigenous jobs in the beef industry have nearly halved in a very short time, leading industry figures to work on ways to attract more young people to the sector. Source: ABC Livestock Why is the beef industry losing its Indigenous workforce?

Hides and co-product prices surge higher in 2021

Hides and most other beef co-product prices are higher than month-ago and year-ago levels. Source: Beef Central Hides and co-product prices surge higher in 2021

Wagga sale 5 July: Prices rally in smaller yarding

The market bounced 20-24c for heavy steers and bullocks  Rain across NSW and Queensland and tighter supplies have combined to put a stronger floor in prices. Source: Beef Central Wagga sale 5 July: Prices rally in smaller yarding

June beef exports slump, on back of rebuilding and JBS cyber-attack closures

JBS Australia’s dramatic week-long closure early last month due to a cyber attack on its operating systems played a part in substantially lower Australian beef exports during June. Source: Beef Central June beef exports slump, on back of rebuilding and JBS cyber-attack closures

Beef Central’s beef quiz – June 2021

Test your industry knowledge with our June 2021 beef and cattle quiz. Source: Beef Central Beef Central’s beef quiz – June 2021

Steer prices contract, while heifers mixed in online trading

AuctionsPlus cattle throughput numbers contracted by 10pc this week, with 12,956 head listed online for the first sale of the new financial year. All steer weight categories declined in c/kg price, while heifer prices were mixed. Source: Beef Central Steer prices contract, while heifers mixed in online trading

Episode 19: Low-and-slow BBQ king, Grant Coleman

In this week’s episode of The Weekly Grill podcast series, host Kerry Lonergan turns up the heat on low-and-slow BBQ king, Grant Coleman – a former runner-up in the World BBQ Championships in Houston, Texas. Source: Beef Central Episode 19: Low-and-slow BBQ king, Grant Coleman

Kilcoy Global Foods purchases Victorian beef and lamb processor, Hardwicks

Queensland grainfed beef export processor Kilcoy Global Foods has finalised its purchase of Victorian beef and lamb processor Hardwicks Meats. Rumours of the deal have been widespread across the industry for the past week, and staff at Hardwick’s Kyneton plant were informed of the change of ownership this morning. Source: Beef Central Kilcoy Global… Read more »

Dalby sale 30 June 2021: All descriptions firm to dearer

Export buyer attendance was not as good as the previous week, however the regular feed and trade buyers were in attendance and active in the market, along with local and interstate restockers. Light weight yearling steers returning to the paddock were well supplied, and experienced some quality related price changes. Source: Beef Central Dalby… Read more »

World steak challenge competition returns

After being cancelled last year due to COVID, the World Steak Challenge taste test competition will be staged again in November – this time in Ireland.  No less than 29 countries supplied entries in the last competition, which Australia has claimed twice in the past six years. Source: Beef Central World steak challenge competition… Read more »

Wagga sale 28 June 2021: Prices bounced around in a smaller yarding

The price lift was most noticeable for light weight steers 280-330kg. with prices jumping 28c/kg. Herefords made to 560c while Angus steers topped at 580c/kg. Source: Beef Central Wagga sale 28 June 2021: Prices bounced around in a smaller yarding

Hydatid disease may be costing QLD beef industry $100m each year

The Queensland beef industry may be suffering a $100 million annual impact from the effects of hydatids, an estimate carried out by beef processor Teys Australia suspects. Source: Beef Central Hydatid disease may be costing QLD beef industry 0m each year

Argentina returns to beef export trade, but under self-imposed restrictions

Argentina has this week returned to the global beef export trade after its earlier self-imposed 30-day suspension – but only under significant limitations, some of which are likely to last until the end of the year. Source: Beef Central Argentina returns to beef export trade, but under self-imposed restrictions

Dalby sale 23 June 2021: Firm to dearer market for almost 3000 head

Export buyer attendance was not as good as the previous week, however the regular feed and trade buyers were in attendance and active in the market, along with local and interstate restockers. Light weight yearling steers returning to the paddock were well supplied, and experienced some quality related price changes. Source: Beef Central Dalby… Read more »

Paddock to Palate 2021: “This competition is great at measuring profit”

So tight was competition in the weight gain secton this year officials had to delve three decimal places deep in Average Daily Gain (ADG) results to determine the winners of some classes, RNA commercial cattle councillor Gary Noller said. Source: Beef Central Paddock to Palate 2021: “This competition is great at measuring profit”

Roma store 23 June: Prices kick with restocker and feeder demand

Light weight steers under 280kg rose by 22c to 45c, while medium weight steers under 330kg gained 18c to 69c/kg. The lead of the medium weight yearling steers under 400kg rose by 2c to 67ckg, off the back of very strong demand for a run of quality local EU angus steers. Source: Beef Central … Read more »

Webinar: Getting to grips with Breedplan

Beef Central genetics editor Al Rayner will host a webinar session early next week on the topic of Getting to grips with Breedplan. Source: Beef Central Webinar: Getting to grips with Breedplan

Weekly genetics review: Keep measuring your performance and phenotype

This week’s genetics review looks at the importance of contributing data from phenotype measurements to build a reference population that will allow the full value of genomic testing to be valued. Source: Beef Central Weekly genetics review: Keep measuring your performance and phenotype

Selecting the ideal cow size for your environment: A US perspective

‘Find the optimum cow size that maximises profit on your farm’ was the message delivered during a recent Angus Connect presentation from University of Kansas Professor Dr Bob Weaber, who brought an interesting US perspective to the topic of mature cow size. Source: Beef Central Selecting the ideal cow size for your environment: A… Read more »

Palgrove and Russell Pastoral take major 2021 Ekka paddock to palate weight gain honours

Palgrove Pastoral Company based at Dalveen in Queensland’s Granite Belt and Russell Pastoral Operations based at Champion Station near Blackall in the State’s Central West have once again had the commercial value of their genetics powerfully validated with dominant performances in one of the richest and most intensely contested cattle competitions in Australia. Source:… Read more »

Numbers retract in online selling, heading into end of financial year

Auctions Plus offerings have fallen almost 26pc this week compared with just a fortnight earlier, heading into the end of the financial year. The young cattle market continued to soar, with the EYCI equalling its record high of 913.25c during the week. Source: Beef Central Numbers retract in online selling, heading into end of… Read more »

Argentina close to resuming beef export trade

Argentine meat packers are reported  to have reached a preliminary deal with the nation’s government that will allow beef exports to partially re-open, following a month-long suspension aimed at cutting domestic food price inflation in the lead-up to a national election later this year. Source: Beef Central Argentina close to resuming beef export trade

New 8000 head Riverina feedlot dedicated to Wagyu nears completion

Pens should start to fill in Australia’s latest ‘greenfield’ commercial feedlot in the NSW Southern Riverina region within the next two months. Victorian Wagyu beef producers Nick and Vicki Sher are behind the new venture – the first commercial feedlot to be established from scratch in NSW since the construction of the 5000-head Conargo feedlot… Read more »

Dalby sale 16 June 2021: Local and interstate restockers active

Light weight yearling steers returning to the paddock continued to improve in price. Medium and heavy weight yearling steers to feed experienced only quality related price changes. Source: Beef Central Dalby sale 16 June 2021: Local and interstate restockers active

Next generation selection with research breeding values

Breeders of Angus cattle now have access to research breeding values that predict genetic differences between animals for four new traits relating to mature cow body composition, immune competence and tropical adaptation. Source: Beef Central Next generation selection with research breeding values

Webinar: Developing an immune-ready breeding cow

Developing an immune-ready breeding cow, through protection before conception is the theme of a webinar being held later today hosted by the Australian Wagyu Association and Zoetis Animal Health Source: Beef Central Webinar: Developing an immune-ready breeding cow

Is there scope for more ‘clean labelling’ of value-added meat products?

A recently completed industry research project has reviewed recent advancements in ‘clean label’ food products to identify new opportunities for the Australian red meat sector to value-add products under clean label claims. Source: Beef Central Is there scope for more ‘clean labelling’ of value-added meat products?

SE Asia Report: Feeder prices hold above $4/kg

Australian feeder steer prices remain above $4 per kg live weight as Indonesian importers deal with rising feed commodity prices, while Vietnam has restarted live imports after a pause in March and April. Source: Beef Central SE Asia Report: Feeder prices hold above /kg

Southern rain further supports underpins heavier steer and heifer market online

Some excellent falls of rain throughout the past week in parts of southern Australia continued to underpin demand for light cattle in online sales this week, with the EYCI jumping back above 900c during the week. Source: Beef Central Southern rain further supports underpins heavier steer and heifer market online

Dalby sale 9 June 2021: Light weight steer prices up to 40c/kg dearer

Light weight yearling steers returning to the paddock averaged over 40c/kg better. Restockers also competed against feeder operators on yearling steers under 400kg lifting average prices by 13c to 25c/kg. Source: Beef Central Dalby sale 9 June 2021: Light weight steer prices up to 40c/kg dearer

Kay’s Cuts: Labour, not processor capacity, the issue

Despite recent US cattle producer calls to increase slaughter capacity in the US beef industry, in the face of record high packer margins – access to labour, rather than slaughter capacity, remains the limiting factor, US columnist Steve Kay suggests, in his latest Kay’s Cuts column Source: Beef Central Kay’s Cuts: Labour, not processor… Read more »

Roma store sale 8 June 2021: Local heifers meet strong competition

Prices improved for medium to heavy weight steers along with most heifer categories. Heavy bulls continued to fall in price off the back of the decreased processor competition, while heavy weight cows held firm remaining unchanged from the previous week. Source: Beef Central Roma store sale 8 June 2021: Local heifers meet strong competition

Weekly genetics review: Giving your heifers time aids fertility performance

Respected WA cattle vet Dr Enoch Bergman highlighted several key messages around heifer selection and management that underpin improved lifetime productivity, during an address at Beef 2021 in Rockhampton last month. Source: Beef Central Weekly genetics review: Giving your heifers time aids fertility performance

Weekly kill: JBS closure has little effect on cattle markets, but some rises seen in beef

Direct consignment and saleyards cattle markets have shown little or no effect from JBS Australia’s week-long closure last week, following the dramatic cyber-security breach of the company’s operating systems on either side of the Pacific. JBS is yet to re-activate its direct consignment offers, having a backlog of cattle still to process, but export competitors… Read more »

British consumers want more Australian lamb and beef, at a price

HALF of the Britons surveyed in a recent poll would buy Australian lamb and beef more often if it was stocked in United Kingdom supermarket shelves more frequently at cheaper prices. Source: Sheep Central British consumers want more Australian lamb and beef, at a price

Olympics focus for MLA’s winter beef marketing campaign + VIDEO

Australian Olympic and Paralympic athletes are shining a spotlight on beef’s nutritional value and the important role it plays in their diets as part of MLA’s 2021 winter beef campaign, Australian Beef. Feed Your Greatness. Source: Beef Central Olympics focus for MLA’s winter beef marketing campaign + VIDEO

Beef Central’s beef quiz – May 2021

Keeping up with all the news or want to catch up on what you may have missed? Test your knowledge with our May 2021 beef and cattle industry news quiz. Source: Beef Central Beef Central’s beef quiz – May 2021

Market loses some of its zip in Covid-restricted NVLX Wodonga sale

The recent gilt-edge demand for smaller drafts of young weaner stock lost some of its zip in an otherwise unchanged to dearer market for heavier feeder classes and specialty lines at Wodonga. Source: Beef Central Market loses some of its zip in Covid-restricted NVLX Wodonga sale

Online Saviour: Going online saves struggling beef business

The decision to take their business online saved a couple’s struggling beef operation and provided a new secure market for dozens of other farmers. Source: ABC Beef Cattle Online Saviour: Going online saves struggling beef business

Australian beef – beef you can trust

For generations, we have cared for the environment, but now the value of sustainability is going up, and there are growing financial rewards for environmental stewardship. This road will not only lead to higher profits for producers but will make Australian beef a key player in addressing the nation’s, and the world’s climate challenges. … Read more »