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Wool

Combing carding basis

Back in 2015 Mecardo looked at the difference between the 21 MPG and the Merino Cardings indicator (combing to carding basis) as a measure of

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Grains & Oilseeds

WASDE supports corn and soybeans

The September World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) was much anticipated. There was plenty of conjecture

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Sheep

Sheep sales directed online

A statistic posted by AuctionsPlus caught the eye this week, in terms of sheep throughput. Their current record for the volume of sheep offered on

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Grains & Oilseeds

Worldy desi chicks

Following on from last week’s article where we looked at chickpea production in Australia, we now look at this crop through an international market lens

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Sheep

US takes more Aussie lamb

Lamb exports are holding firm despite domestic processing challenges and international economic shortfalls. Australia sent an extra 9 per cent of lamb offshore in August

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Sheep

Danger lamb’s risk rainbow

Today, we look at a pretty typical lamb trading scenario that most producers would be familiar with- Buying lambs at 15kg cwt, growing them out

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Cattle

Search for stock doesn’t slow

Spring has finally sprung, and with warmer weather on the way confidence in the young cattle market remains sky high. The Eastern Young Cattle Indicator

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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.