Feedlot to open in north Queensland to mirror American model, not Australian.
Normally most livestock producers are smiling during good rainfall events, but Widgee’s Pukallus family become more concerned and anxious.
The Brangus breed continued its growth in strength this year with very solid results and an increase in demand to spread genetics into other states at the Australian Brangus Cattle Association sale at the Central Queensland Livestock Exchange, Gracemere last week.
Day one of the Australian Brangus Cattle Association Sale certainly started with a bang with the sale topping with a $26,000 high for Telpara Hills Miss Foundation by Suhn’s Foundation 331Z28 (P) who was snapped up by Lake Majestik Brangus, Alabama, USA and offered by the Pearce family.
Cattle yarding numbers are expected to be restricted at Queensland saleyards for the rest of 2017, according to livestock agents.