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Cattle

US herd build provides a boost

The long-predicted slowdown in US beef production has seemingly come into play this year, and Australian beef is filling some of the production gaps. Total

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Sheep

US lamb demand stronger

The US has held the mantle as our largest market for lamb exports since lambs got very expensive back in 2020. As a single destination,

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Grains & Oilseeds

Performance from pulses

Faba beans have become a popular break crop in southern states, delivering not only a valuable export or feed commodity, but also giving nutritional benefits

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Wool

Update on RWS premiums

The greasy wool industry tends to think of quality effects on price as additive, somewhat like building a “lego price model” – add for good

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Grains & Oilseeds

Long term crop forecasts

It is hard enough forecasting commodity production for the coming season, let alone any further. Regardless, The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and

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The rain driven rapid rise in young cattle prices at saleyard level should translate quickly into higher export feeder cattle prices.

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The rain driven rapid rise in young cattle prices at saleyard level should translate quickly into higher export feeder cattle prices.