Global beef production is anticipated to decline in the latter half of 2024, bolstering global prices, as outlined in Rabobank's recently released Global Beef Quarterly Q2 2024. 

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US cattle farmer Shane Bedwell has been immersed in all things beef during his trip Down Under, including attending the Herefords Australia National Show and Sale at Wodonga this week. 
An analysis of AuctionsPlus transactions against the MLA’s National Feeder Steer Indicator shows when premiums and discounts are most likely.
An analysis of MLA data has revealed what breeds are most popular across the country.
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. 
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.
A record price gap has opened up between WA and eastern state cattle, with reports that road trains are crossing the Nullabor.
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. 

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