One of the highest quarters in history: Goat meat export demand rises

Elka Devney
Updated May 17 2024 - 12:02pm, first published May 16 2024 - 6:45am
Eric Sharwood, Nullawr, Dubbo, purchased a pen of 94 Boer yearling does for $54 a head at the Dubbo goat sale on May 7. Photo Elka Devney.
Eric Sharwood, Nullawr, Dubbo, purchased a pen of 94 Boer yearling does for $54 a head at the Dubbo goat sale on May 7. Photo Elka Devney.

Following a 55 per cent surge in the Australian goat meat export volume in 2023, the momentum has continued into the first quarter of 2024, marking it one of the highest in history.

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Elka Devney

Elka Devney

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Dubbo based journalist covering Central NSW for The Land. Got a yarn? Drop me a line at elka.devney@theland.com.au

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