The first ever Brangus Youth Camp has been hailed a success, drawing eager young cattlemen and women from across the country
Kandanga Valley's Nebo bull sale garnered strong repeat buyer support on Friday, reaching a 70 per cent clearance and an average of $4553 despite tough conditions.
The small rise in the national cattle hard masks some large changes on a state and regional scale according to Mecardo's Angus Brown.
Stellar support from a large panel of repeat and first-time buyers from Central, Western, North and Far north Queensland ensured an excellent result was achieved for the 32nd Wilangi Invitation Brahman Sale.
The Comiskey family at Port Wine, east of Alpha, have had a long association with the Santa Gertrudis breed and cemented that with some strong and selective bull purchases at Clermont on Tuesday.
The lull in Chinese buying activity is expected to continue through Chinese New Year until February 8.
International Dairy Week will again feature a wide range of informative seminars. All seminars will be presented at the Ballantyne Centre at Tatura Park. This year seminars will be held across the Monday to Wednesday of the event.
International Dairy Week has again attracted a line up of high-quality judges from around the world.