Wagga Wagga saleyards labelled as a 'pigsty' with calls for upgrade

Helen DeCosta
Updated August 3 2023 - 10:34am, first published August 2 2023 - 6:00am
Local livestock carrier Tim Smyth, T & M Smyth Transport. Wagga Wagga, ankle deep in mud where cattle are drafted at Wagga Wagga Livestock Marketing Centre. Photo by Helen De Costa.
Local livestock carrier Tim Smyth, T & M Smyth Transport. Wagga Wagga, ankle deep in mud where cattle are drafted at Wagga Wagga Livestock Marketing Centre. Photo by Helen De Costa.

Truck drivers being trampled, gates getting jammed and hung on sliders by D-shackles, cattle knee-deep in mud and effluent.

Helen DeCosta

Helen DeCosta

Livestock Writer

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