The Australian wool market posted its largest single daily increase since 2002.
Suffolks, White Suffolks and Southdown sheep rammed home an advantage in the sheep competition at the Royal Queensland Show this year.
From January to June, our national lamb slaughter surpassed 12 million head for the first time on record.
Export markets are getting used to lamb prices above 800¢ in our terms, according to Mecardo analyst Angus Brown.
Agriculture Minister David Littleproud has ended the threat of court injunctions halting live export ships.
Over 1000 LambEx delegates and guests were served lamb as a delicious dessert at the GrandsLamb gala dinner.
AWI Genetics and Animal Welfare Advocacy Program Manager Geoff Lindon will discuss animal welfare market signals and moving to a non-mulesed enterprise during It's Ewe Time forums.
Western Maranoa stud Merino breeders, Peter and Linda Hacker, have fleeced their opposition in the Royal Queensland Show wool competition.
Industry expert says sheep producers will have to be more flexible than ever before to prosper in the new world.