Stories tagged: beef
AS a young boy, Angus McLean would contract hay and silage across his home – taking toilet rolls from room to room, visiting different farms…
AFTER 25 years in the industry, John and Joan Woodruff will oversee the complete dispersal of their renowned stud, Witherswood Angus, across a three stage…
STEPHEN Handbury, stud principal at Anvil Angus, he has made the toughest decision of his adult life – for family reasons, the stud will disperse.
PRODUCER de-stocking, lack of rain and a strong international market are all predicted to drive Australian cattle slaughter to almost 7.5 million head by the…
“We need to make a smaller footprint now, so there is still somewhere to make a footprint in a hundred years.”
AS of this month, the North East is home to a new beef co-operative, the Mitta Valley Beef Co-op.
NATIONAL’S Senator expects final report examining the extent of anti-competitive practices in live beef cattle market to be released in December.
THE heat seemed to be coming off beef prices at the monthly store cattle sale at the Wangaratta Livestock Exchange.
THE public hearing of the Senate inquiry into the meat processing reaffirmed to Senator Bridget McKenzie why she was one of its main instigators.
BEEF prices are set to remain strong and even increase over the next few years.