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To-have-or-to-hold

With both saleyard and over the hook lamb prices trending below year-ago levels, lamb producers that have yet to turn off suckers in the early

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Cattle

La Niña to support cattle

The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) are due to update their ENSO outlook today, with the call on ‘La Nina’ highly anticipated. With weather systems having

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Cattle

ECYI shines into spring

Nothing seems to be able to dampen young cattle prices this year, as restockers continue to see the upside in filling their paddocks with beef.

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Cattle

New world cattle herds

Australian beef faces stiff competition in our key export markets from both their domestic herds and from other exporting countries. Today we have a look

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Cattle

Percentiles – September 2020

Mecardo’s Percentiles update for September 2020. Click below to view the latest report Grains and oilseeds Sheep and lambs Cattle Wool Dairy Fuel   Percentiles are

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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.