STRONG export demand and confidence in Australian beef operations internationally are just two of the reasons to remain upbeat about the industry, according to ANZ state agribusiness manager Steve Radeski.
THE state's Mid North and Yorke Peninsula cattle studs opened their gates on Friday, heralding the start of the inaugural Stock Journal Beef Week.
PRO-STOCK Livestock continues its commitment to the livestock industry in SA, going to great lengths to open new markets and maintain the strong working relationships it has with their well-established customer base.
MGA Insurance Group is a major sponsor of the Stock Journal Beef Week – a commitment MGA marketing manager Steve McInerney says reflects the company’s approach to its large regional client base.
During the final day of Beef Week, there were plenty of return and new potential buyers visiting studs in the state's South East.
Return and new potential buyers had plenty of studs to visit during day three of Beef Week, in the state's South East.
FOLLOWING a record yarding at the December store sale, January numbers were expected to return to a more regular level at Mount Gambier this month, but last minute nominations swelled the yarding to 3773 head.
A dispersal of PTIC second and third-calvers sold for an impressive $1810 at Mount Pleasant yesterday.
GENOMICS is close to becoming a “mature technology” in the beef industry, but the challenge remains developing tools to make the most of the test results.