The price direction of Australia’s cattle market and national herd rebuild now hinges on a solid seasonal break, following a dry finish to winter and hot September across much of Australia.
Speckle Park bulls sold to a $22,000 top, while females reached $28,000 today at the annual Wattle Grove Speckle Park sale at Oberon.
This year’s Adelaide Royal Show grand champion Red Angus female has gone one better in Melbourne, taking the top prize at the Royal Melbourne Show.
Jessica Adams, Heart & Spade Simmentals, Londonderry, NSW, has won supreme Simmental with four year-old Savannah Fancy (P) (ET), who had her second calf – a heifer – at-foot.
A new record price has been set for a female Brangus sold at auction in Australia during the 2017 ABCA Elders Livestock Ladies of Legacy sale at Gracemere near Rockhampton.
A South Australian bull with an unusual name has caught the eye of the South Australian Limousin judge, Anthony Hurst, at this year’s Royal Melbourne Show.
A New South Wales Angus cow has taken the trifecta, by winning the classes Supreme Exhibit rosette at the Royal Melbourne Show.
A WORLD record was set for a Speckle Park female at the ‘Specktacular Sale’, held after the breed’s first feature showing at the Royal Melbourne Show.
Palgrove principals, David and Prue Bondfield, have released a statement confirming they have partnered with New Zealand Superannuation Fund.