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Buyer & Seller Power Rankings: Cattle March 2021

AuctionsPlus inaugural quarterly Buyer and Seller Power Rankings has been developed by the AuctionsPlus Market Insights (AMI) team to increase market awareness regarding the transactional trends and regional movement of cattle through Australia’s largest cattle market.

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