Previously in this column we looked at risk and how this can determine the cost of your finances. But there is one aspect of risk that we have not yet discussed and that is “bank risk.”
A cracking line-up of 90 young bulls consisting of 50 Charolais (20 polled and 13 red factor (five polled red factor) and 40 Charbray (12 polled/scurred) will be offered during John and Roz Mercer’s 14th Annual Kandanga Valley on-property bull sale on Saturday, July 29 from 11am.
The Queensland Rural and Industry Development Authority’s (QRIDA) First Start and Sustainability Loans have more funding and lower interest rates as of July 1.
Honeycombes Sales and Service will celebrate their return to the business of selling trucks with the grand opening of the Truck and Machinery Centre at Honeycombes Townsville being held on Wednesday, July 5.
Last time in this column we touched on how banks are required to risk grade borrowers and that higher risk means more capital is set aside to cover potential losses, resulting in a higher interest rate being charged.
Visitors to the 2017 Burdekin Show will have a smorgasbord of activities to choose from when attending the fun-filled family event being held at the Ayr Showgrounds on Wednesday, June 28.
After a lengthy hiatus, stud cattle selling will return to Richmond with the Combined Agents Bull Sale being held on the Richmond Turf Club grounds on Friday, June 9 in conjunction with the Richmond Field Days and Races.
The Richmond Field Days and Races has built a strong reputation over the years, with positive word of mouth from one exhibitor to another ensuring that it continues to grow in stature each year.