Managing a livestock business in western Queensland is a significant undertaking, but new technology could help ease the tyranny of distance for producers.
It’s his first year in the show ring but already 17-month-old Glenlands D Vancouver is collecting broad ribbons.
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.
Queensland’s average cattle slaughter rates have fallen during May compared to the same period last year, helping confirm analysts forecast for 2017 to become our lowest cattle slaughter in 20 years.
Export and local processors competed on a slightly smaller yarding at Mareeba prime and store sale on May 16.
The market was dearer for all descriptions at Bartholomew and Co's Beaudesert store sale on Saturday.