Jacinta Rose and Elizabeth Anderson talk through this week's headlines.
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An exceptionally large yarding of 4200 store cattle saw prices battled on bravely at NVLX Barnawartha
Stock Journal’s ELIZABETH ANDERSON and JACINTA ROSE run through the key stories making news this week, including the Murray-Darling Basin Royal Commission and job losses at an SA abattoir.
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It’s mateship that sets Australians apart in national characteristics and that’s undoubtedly the quality that the Burrumbuttock Hay Runners bring to their drought relief efforts.