Ken Wilcock notes that July beef exports were down sharply on both the previous month and same period last year.
Mount Gambier and District Saleyards manager David Wallis sees his new role as a chance to get back to his farming grassroots.
Ken Wilcock notes that a trifecta of bad news is keeping the US import market in a relatively subdued state.
Coronavirus concerns didn't hamper the Warrnambool sale where light cattle were the centre of attention.
The ALPA ACM Agency Award has highlighted a swagful of innovative marketing programs which may have otherwise gone unrecognised.
Ken Wilcock notes that Australian Meat Industry Council has rejected suggestions that the meat industry is a responsible party in the transmission of coronavirus.
HEAVY feeder cattle were back 10 to 15 cents a kilogram at the Naracoorte combined agents' monthly store cattle sale on Thursday in line with falls in the prime market in the past fortnight, but lighter cattle were firm on last month.
Ken Wilcock notes that Australia can expect strong competition from the US in premium Asian markets.