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July 7, 2020
Stock Report: July 7

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July 3, 2020
Scone Sale Store Success With LiveStock Platform

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June 30, 2020
Stock Report: June 30

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June 23, 2020
Stock Report: June 23

By Stuart Sheldrake THERE were 276 cattle penned today with a few cattle did not turning up due to wet conditions. Overall, the market was stronger than last weeks. Not many bulls, but a good angus bull made up to $2.85. Lighters condition cows were slightly dearer and they made up to $2.80. The good […]

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June 17, 2020
Free Webinar Series for Hunter Livestock Producers

THE Hunter Livestock Forum is hosting a free fortnightly webinar series beginning on Friday, June 26.  Featuring an array of nationally recognised industry leaders, the interactive webinars will explore on-farm decision making.  Tony Hegarty, Cassilis producer and one of the upcoming guest speakers said many producers underestimate the importance of making timely decisions, even if […]

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June 16, 2020
Stock Report: June 16

By Stuart Sheldrake THE market was very strong today with 416 cattle penned, a couple of hundred more than last week. A good yarding of cows and a few pregnancy testing lines that made up to $3 a kilo. Normal kill runs made up to $2.85 and best falls made up to $2.80. A very […]

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June 16, 2020
Saleyards Evolving with Online Auctions

ONLINE livestock auction platforms may help revitalise the cattle industry as the Upper Hunter begins to emerge from extreme drought conditions.  Stuart Sheldrake, stock and station agent for MacCallum Inglis, said an online platform came at the right time as COVID-19 restrictions encouraged producers to use Stocklive when saleyard attendance was limited to buyers and […]

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June 9, 2020
Stock Report: June 9

By Stuart Sheldrake THERE were only 220 cattle penned in the yard today. The long weekend meant numbers were detracted, following a good couple of markets last week. Not many cows to quote but firm, slightly easier than last week. The odd bull was firm and the remainder of the market was overall slightly stronger […]

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March 27, 2020
Strong Reaction to Saleyards Staying Open

By Janie Jordan THE local livestock saleyard industry has welcomed today’s announcement from the Minister for Agriculture and Emergency Management, David Littleproud, who confirmed that livestock saleyards and wool auctions are able to continue.   The Federal Government has deemed saleyards are an essential part of the broader agriculture supply chain because of their importance […]

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