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Changes will give more 30,000 farmers access to Farm Household Allowance

The Australian Government has introduced improvements to the Farm Household Allowance (FHA) designed to help more than 30,000 farmers gain access to immediate support.  Source: Beef Central Changes will give more 30,000 farmers access to Farm Household Allowance

Dalby sale 16 Oct 2019: Market firm to dearer

mMdium and heavy weight yearling steers to feed averaged 10c to 13c/kg better, while medium and heavy weight yearling heifers to feed and the trade sold to strong demand for the quality penned. Source: Beef Central Dalby sale 16 Oct 2019: Market firm to dearer

Industry reacts to Red Meat 2030: MLA and AgForce

Meat & Livestock Australia and Queensland producer group AgForce have responded to the Red Meat 2030 meat industry strategic plan released yesterday with varying reactions. Source: Beef Central Industry reacts to Red Meat 2030: MLA and AgForce

Agents for change (or do you need a change in agent?)

A good livestock agent, like many service providers, can be invaluable to a livestock business, but a bad one can be very expensive. The agency game has seen a lot of changes over the last 20 years, and there are many more options available to producers than there used to be. Source: Beef Central … Read more »

South East Asia Report: China prices jump 10pc

China slaughter cattle prices jump another 10pc; Indonesian government issues new decree for breeding females; African Swine Fever disaster extends to South Korea and East Timor. Source: Beef Central South East Asia Report: China prices jump 10pc

Drought dogs find refuge in the city as farmers forced to give them up

With food, water and money in desperately short supply, dozens of working dogs have been surrendered from properties throughout Queensland and New South Wales. Source: ABC Livestock Drought dogs find refuge in the city as farmers forced to give them up

XE Market Analysis: Asia – Oct 16, 2019

The Dollar was lower on Wednesday in U.S. trade, leaving the DXY at one-month lows of 97.90, from opening highs of 98.39. Weaker U.S. retail sales dented USD sentiment, while a flat business inventory outcome put some downward pressure on Q3 GDP expectations. Treasury yields slipped lower, while Wall Street took a break from recent… Read more »