There’s been a sharp increase in the number of livestock being transported from Western Australia to the Eastern States in recent months as dry weather and market disruption continues to degrade the WA market. 

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The first three weeks of February have seen some very solid throughput numbers presented at east coast saleyards, particularly for...
Australia’s sheep and lamb production figures have reached new highs, as data released this week by the Australian Bureau of Stati...
Scanned-in-lamb (SIL) ewes understandably achieve price premiums over regular ewes, but how much does this premium spread vary acr...
The throughput of cattle through Eastern States saleyards has substantially increased year-on-year for the first three weeks of February.
Australia’s sheep and lamb production figures have reached new highs, as data released this week by the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows that slaughter of lambs also increased 16.38% year-on-year to almost 25 million lambs, delivering another record.
Analysis of price spreads for different types of sheep, including Merino, 1st cross, and shedding ewes show how premiums vary during flock rebuild and liquidation phases.
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Wallaby Ned Hanigan has shared two stories about his parents’ Pasadena Angus lot available in tomorrow’s Eastern States Cattle Sale to his more than 8000 followers. 
A record price gap has opened up between WA and eastern state cattle, with reports that road trains are crossing the Nullabor.
Aussie beef export had their strongest opening since 2020 to be 30% above the January average over the last five years.
January 2024 saw the strongest opening to the Aussie lamb export season on record with 25,173 tonnes swt reported shipped offshore during the month.
Paul Blackshaw from Meridian talks about how to make the most of profits in the good years.

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