Parties sign a development deed.
The peak body representing the post-farm-gate meat industry has swiftly lashed out at the Federal government’s lack of consultation before abolishing 457 temporary skilled work visas on Tuesday.
A QCL online poll has revealed majority of our audience don’t believe Australia’s meat industry will be negatively impacted by 457 visa changes.
Polled Bungaribee Jalilah 2275 stole the show at Rocky’s All Stars Elite Brahman Female Sale at CQLX Gracemere reaching $18,000.
The Highlands Droughtmaster meet ’n’ greet raised more than $16,000 for the Little Windmills charity.
Two half brothers from the Burenda Angus stud at Kaimkillenbun will now be calling Coolibah station at Roma home, when Daryl and Judy Harland sought out the genetics offered by young sires Burenda Lethal and Burenda L528 at the Black Stump Invitation bull sale at Blackall on Tuesday.
Charters Towers Combined Agents yarded a total of 2119 cattle on Wednesday consisting of 1103 prime cattle and 1016 store cattle.
Feeder steers sold to a top of 337c while weaner steers also held firm at 382c at the April 20 Biggenden prime and store cattle sale.
Last winter’s rain added an extra 60kg to a small mob of out-of-season weaner steers sold by John and Joanne Milne at Blackall last Thursday.
Cattle slaughter is estimated to remain at 7.1 million head for 2017 but constrained supply is expected to be offset by record carcase weights.