"Show of hands, please," tells a tale of cattle transaction dissatisfaction

By Jamie Brown
Updated February 19 2019 - 5:15pm, first published February 11 2019 - 7:00pm
Beef producers at Lismore store sale on Saturday voted unanimously in favour of a freeze on livestock transaction levies as a way to ease drought pain. Photo by Tarnya McDonald.
Beef producers at Lismore store sale on Saturday voted unanimously in favour of a freeze on livestock transaction levies as a way to ease drought pain. Photo by Tarnya McDonald.

A full house of beef producers at the Lismore store sale on Saturday voted as one, backing a call to freeze cattle transaction levies during the present difficult drought.

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