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 NTCA believes it has been caught in the middle of a resourcing mess as authorities haggle over vehicle registration procedures.
On the eve of the Wilangi Invitation Brahman Sale being held today, sale agents, vendors, and all sale visitors united at the Sovereign Tavern in Charters Towers last night for the Coopers-sponsored Country Cocktails meet and greet.
Greatly relieved is how Charters Towers primary producers have described the news that category C disaster assistance will be extended to their council area and the Etheridge Shire Council area.
A plan has been put forward to build a live export holding yard near Woodstock capable of holding up to 25,000 head of cattle.
Len Parisi, a third generation canegrower, has been working with environmental groups to restore wetland systems on his farm in the wet tropics.
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.