Mecardo analyst, Matt Dalgleish says the market outlook isn’t that dissimilar to the dry spring of 2002.
Mecardo analyst, Angus Brown explains the impact of the dairy cow cull in New Zealand on slaughter rates.
Back-to-back selling at Mortlake and Ballarat this Thursday-Friday must surely test the renewed demand that has swept store cattle markets in the past week.
Southern orders seeking low-priced weaner cattle underpinned a vast improved demand for store cattle at the NVLX (Wodonga) bi-monthly store sale on Thursday.
For one reason or another lot feeder presence at regular store cattle markets has vanished in recent weeks.
Buyers from a wide area of southern Australia supported the end of financial year sale at Euroa on Wednesday, delivering unexpected results.
Regional Livestock Exchanges (RLX) has entered into a long-term lease of the Camperdown Saleyards, causing confusing among local stock agents.
The effects of this year’s dry summer and autumn were written all over the Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) April cattle industry update.