Cattle producers can expect more of the same great prices in 2022

By Karen Bailey
Updated January 21 2022 - 2:05am, first published January 19 2022 - 8:00pm
A fantastic result at Tamworth for first-time vendors the Ryan family - Mick, Isaac, Billy and Max - from Timbumburi. Their Angus-cross steers sold for 620c/kg and the Angus made 672c/kg on Monday. Photo: Michelle Mawhinney, TLSAA

RECORD high domestic cattle returns could stay around well into 2022 if cattle industry analysts are correct in suggesting global beef availability is set to remain tight this year.



Karen Bailey

Market analyst

Agricultural markets analyst and journalist for The Land newspaper. Former national cattle and lamb/sheep market analyst with Meat and Livestock Australia.