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Big cut to Brazilian beans

A raft of report releases by the USDA have done little to stir up grain and oilseed markets. Changes to forecasts were largely in line

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Cattle

Quantifying Omicron Impacts

It seems like this is the hundredth article we’ve written on Covid-19 impacts on livestock slaughter, but here we are again. This time it’s not

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Sheep

Important October lamb numbers

The Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) and Australian Wool Innovation (AWI) Wool and Sheepmeat survey is conducted three times a year, but October is the

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Cattle

Weaners vs Landcrusiers

There was a fair bit of excitement in the lead up to the southern weaner sales last year, as the Western Victorian and South East

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Cattle

Percentiles – December 2021

Mecardo’s Percentiles update for December 2021. Click below to view the latest report Grains Oilseeds Sheep and lambs Cattle Wool Dairy* Fuel *Dairy data unavailable for

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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.

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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.