China’s dominance in world meat trade is set to grow out to 2020, albeit at a slowing rate, seeing opportunities for Australia’s beef and sheepmeat exports to China come from extracting value, rather than volume growth in an increasingly competitive market.
The national mutton indicator remained in the upper realms of price records, closing sales at 412¢/kg cwt.
US imported beef prices lifted this week, supported by growing demand in the domestic market but primarily as a result of ongoing supply constraints and higher offering prices from overseas packers, accourding to MLA.
Federal Assistant Minister to the Deputy Prime Minister, Luke Hartsuyker, recognised the vital importance of government investment in roads and infrastructure to aid Australia’s hard working livestock and rural transporters at an industry dinner.
Landholders in the far north-west of the state have a great opportunity to gain valuable insights into how to get the best returns from their livestock, when Local Land Services Western Region host a sheep nutrition and breeding workshop in Milparinka.
A young cattle breeder with a strong interest in fostering Hereford youth has won the prestigious Most Potential Cattle Breeder award at the 2017 Herefords Northern NSW Youth Show.
A whiteface stud focused on balancing maternal and carcase traits has stormed home to win the prestigious 2017 RASV Heifer Challenge.
Hereford and Black Baldy cattle are on-board an historic sea-bound shipment of live beef cattle to China under the new health protocol agreement for feeder and slaughter cattle.