EYCI climbs to 458.75c/kg

YOUNG cattle averages surged to a record high on Tuesday night when the Eastern Young Cattle Indicator (EYCI) hit 458.75c/kg (cwt).
YOUNG cattle averages surged to a record high on Tuesday night when the Eastern Young Cattle Indicator (EYCI) hit 458.75c/kg (cwt).
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MORE of Australia’s cropping zones have received their autumn break in the past week, with good falls across much of NSW. MORE of Australia’s cropping zones have received their autumn break in the past week, with good falls across much of NSW.
AFTER years in the doldrums, beef is back on the property investor's shopping list and farmland price signals are showing signs of revival. AFTER years in the doldrums, beef is back on the property investor's shopping list and farmland price signals are showing signs of revival.
AUSTRALIAN commodity prices are being buffered by the falling Australian dollar to an extent not seen since 2008, says the NAB. AUSTRALIAN commodity prices are being buffered by the falling Australian dollar to an extent not seen since 2008, says the NAB.
FARMERS have lodged a written complaint about PETA's latest campaign which features a fake lamb covered in blood and cuts. FARMERS have lodged a written complaint about PETA's latest campaign which features a fake lamb covered in blood and cuts.
THE winning bidders at the $660 million carbon emissions reduction auctions last week have told the federal government it cannot meet its climate change targets by Direct Action alone.
3:30 PM THE winning bidders at the $660 million carbon emissions reduction auctions last week have told the federal government it cannot meet its climate change targets by Direct Action alone. | Climate Authority wants 30pc...  | Ag Energy Council axed 
LOOK out Kardashians, there's a new breed of reality star in town, and they're udderly gorgeous.
1:35 PM LOOK out Kardashians, there's a new breed of reality star in town, and they're udderly gorgeous.
THE wool industry's headline fashion promotion, the International Woolmark Prize, kicked off in fine style last night.
12:42 PM THE wool industry's headline fashion promotion, the International Woolmark Prize, kicked off in fine style last night.
Sheep - Wool
FAMILY farms are set to benefit from a partnership between Family Business Australia and the Australian Made Campaign.
10:25 AM  1 FAMILY farms are set to benefit from a partnership between Family Business Australia and the Australian Made Campaign. | Hoo-roo to Aus Made brand?  | Bread war prices 'not sustainable' 
THE licence authorising the ACT Government's latest kangaroo cull allows for the shooting of 5000 animals over two years.
9:48 AM THE licence authorising the ACT Government's latest kangaroo cull allows for the shooting of 5000 animals over two years. | Barnaby hops over roo export report  | Hoo-roo to Aus Made brand? 
METCASH has temporarily closed part of its largest warehouse in Sydney, delaying grocery deliveries, after severe hail damage.
8:59 AM METCASH has temporarily closed part of its largest warehouse in Sydney, delaying grocery deliveries, after severe hail damage. | Aldi ends the Woolworths fantasy  | Grocers call for controls on... 
AN ELDERLY farmer accused of murdering an environmental compliance officer will remain behind bars after his case was adjourned.
8:53 AM AN ELDERLY farmer accused of murdering an environmental compliance officer will remain behind bars after his case was adjourned.
A NEW technology investment fund is at the heart of the strategy for transforming the CSIRO under Larry Marshall.
8:40 AM A NEW technology investment fund is at the heart of the strategy for transforming the CSIRO under Larry Marshall. | Show us the R&D money, Barnaby  | Ag cracks in Abbott's 'five... 
SPECULATION is rife a closed abattoir at St George could be sold within a matter of weeks to a consortium experienced in meat processing.
8:20 AM  2 SPECULATION is rife a closed abattoir at St George could be sold within a matter of weeks to a consortium experienced in meat processing.
COME Wednesday, the grey clouds and rain are due to roll in again, along with a good chance of another east coast low, meteorologists say.
7:32 AM COME Wednesday, the grey clouds and rain are due to roll in again, along with a good chance of another east coast low, meteorologists say.  | Storm shows we must rethink...  | Autumn break closes in 
IT'S not just Moree’s rich black soil plains renowned for fertility.
4:00 AM IT'S not just Moree’s rich black soil plains renowned for fertility.
AUTHORS of the 2014 Australian Wheat Quality report are hoping the paper will help international customers best utilise Australian wheat.
4:00 AM  2 AUTHORS of the 2014 Australian Wheat Quality report are hoping the paper will help international customers best utilise Australian wheat. | Crops on chemical watch  | GPSA concerns over Viterra port... 
AN announcement on the promised $100 million Rural R&D for Profit program is “imminent”, says Agricultural Minister Barnaby Joyce.
4:00 AM  3 AN announcement on the promised $100 million Rural R&D for Profit program is “imminent”, says Agricultural Minister Barnaby Joyce.
A HORSHAM-based shearing contractor says the wool industry faces an increasingly uphill battle to attract shearers and shedhands.
4:00 AM  1 A HORSHAM-based shearing contractor says the wool industry faces an increasingly uphill battle to attract shearers and shedhands. | Wool advances on a strong clip  | Send PETA to school: WAFarmers 
Sheep - Wool
IT WAS a sad Easter holiday for the businesses around the Menindee Lakes - a ghost town because of the lack of water in the lakes.
4:00 AM  1 IT WAS a sad Easter holiday for the businesses around the Menindee Lakes - a ghost town because of the lack of water in the lakes. | Unbelievable sight for tourists  | Authority all ears on Basin... 
A NEW logo has been launched to recognise impending changes to Australia's clean air legislation.
4:00 AM A NEW logo has been launched to recognise impending changes to Australia's clean air legislation. | Choose between climate futures  | Climate Authority wants 30pc... 
THE next big career in agriculture could be unmanned vehicle (UV) piloting.
4:00 AM THE next big career in agriculture could be unmanned vehicle (UV) piloting.
GIVEN the relentless drought, it’s no surprise that for the first 17 weeks of 2015, eastern states adult cattle slaughter was 2.61m head.
3:45 AM GIVEN the relentless drought, it’s no surprise that for the first 17 weeks of 2015, eastern states adult cattle slaughter was 2.61m head. | Symposium to tackle industry beefs  | US hungry for Aussie beef 
Cattle - Beef
OPINION: ANOTHER east coast low-pressure system brings flood-producing rains, but we have not seen much discussion of the 'why' of it all.
27 Apr 15  2 OPINION: ANOTHER east coast low-pressure system brings flood-producing rains, but we have not seen much discussion of the 'why' of it all. | 'Clumpy storms' making tropics...  | Pattern emerges in 'weird' weather 
THE RELUCTANCE of Gippsland beef producers to buy at auction means one of the area's leading studs will be looking further afield for prospective buyers, says its principal.
27 Apr 15 THE RELUCTANCE of Gippsland beef producers to buy at auction means one of the area's leading studs will be looking further afield for prospective buyers, says its principal.
Cattle - Beef
ON a glorious Saturday morning in Townsville, over 25,000 people assembled for the Dawn Service held at ANZAC Park to show their support and admiration for the Australian and New Zealand defence personnel who have served and in 102,800 cases made the ultimate sacrifice in wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations that the two nations have been involved in throughout history.
27 Apr 15 ON a glorious Saturday morning in Townsville, over 25,000 people assembled for the Dawn Service held at ANZAC Park to show their support and admiration for the Australian and New Zealand...
PHILANTHROPIST Turia Pitt will join Rural Women’s Award state winners at a Beef Australia 2015 high tea in Rockhampton.
27 Apr 15 PHILANTHROPIST Turia Pitt will join Rural Women’s Award state winners at a Beef Australia 2015 high tea in Rockhampton.
Cattle - Beef
CEDAR Anderson and his father Stuart have achieved what most inventors can only dream of – striking gold with a truly unique innovation.
27 Apr 15 CEDAR Anderson and his father Stuart have achieved what most inventors can only dream of – striking gold with a truly unique innovation. | Capilano generates a buzz 
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Wow, now I'm going to go out and lease as much land as I can grow a zillion tonnes of spuds
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SPECULATION is rife a closed abattoir at St George could be sold within a matter of weeks to a consortium experienced in meat processing.8:20 AM  2 SPECULATION is rife a closed abattoir at St George could be sold within a matter of weeks to a consortium...
CENTRAL Queensland is already an agricultural powerhouse valued at more than $1 billion, but imagine if more water from the Fitzroy River Catchment area could be captured and stored.23 Apr 15 CENTRAL Queensland is already an agricultural powerhouse valued at more than $1 billion, but imagine if more water...