Lamb supply remains firm

NATIONAL lamb supply, as reported by MLA’s National Livestock Reporting Service, was fairly steady week-on-week, at 133,125 head.
NATIONAL lamb supply, as reported by MLA’s National Livestock Reporting Service, was fairly steady week-on-week, at 133,125 head.
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Simple, bushie, we develop our own industries to provide our inputs, hence encouraging jobs and
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I would have thought Barnaby's Green Paper process was democracy at work. 700 submissions from a
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Every Australian citizen and resident that is a consumer ( and that is 100% of us) is a clear
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