As 2023 draws to a close, the cattle market looks to be adding a final twist to one of the more interesting years on record.


The 2023 season has been a strong one for Australian goat exports with monthly volumes running above average for much of the ye...

Dr Terry McCosker OAM has racked up more than 55 years in the agriculture industry. During that time, he's worn many hats, made...

Meat & Livestock Australia have released a new Online Lamb Indicator termed the OLI, which presently exclusively uses onlin...

China has jumped to second place in goat exports after explosive growth that saw their market share jump from 1.5% in 2022 to 20.1% in 2023.
Speaking in a recent RCS Australia webinar, Dr Terry McCosker shared some of the wisdom gained from growing up in the bush and his more than 55 years in the agriculture industry.
As the data availability grows for the Online Lamb Indicator, we will be able to measure spread and price behaviour across the season to see if predictable patterns exist.
At the Young Beef Producers Forum, the next generation of farmers showed how keen they were to embrace new tools and ‘take the reins’ of the industry.
Rabobank believes cattle prices have now found a floor and levelled out, and expect slaughter numbers to increase in the first quarter of 2024. 
Following the most recent quarterly measure, the market is just 0.3% away from signalling a herd liquidation phase has begun.
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The outlook for inflation in agricultural commodities is far more positive than in previous years, but it's not yet time to toast a recovery, according to Rabobank.
Compared to the five-year average levels for the September quarter the current cattle on feed numbers are running nearly 16% above the September average

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