Saleyard rules need to be obeyed to stay operational

Helen Walker
Updated April 15 2020 - 3:49pm, first published 2:00pm
TopX Roma agent Cyril Close with a line of heifers sold on behalf of the Stevens family on Tuesday. They sold to 331c/kg, reaching a top of $912 to average $765. Picture - Maranoa Regional Council.
TopX Roma agent Cyril Close with a line of heifers sold on behalf of the Stevens family on Tuesday. They sold to 331c/kg, reaching a top of $912 to average $765. Picture - Maranoa Regional Council.

Livestock agents around Queensland are more than satisfied with the federal government's tighter social distancing protocols in place at saleyards and believe it is critical this is maintained.

Helen Walker

Helen Walker

Toowoomba-based Journalist

Helen is the Toowoomba-based journalist who loves nothing better than covering anything horse sport related, however she covers all commodities and personality yarns. Over the years she has lived in Brisbane, Rockhampton, Longreach and Roma filing stories for the 'bible of the bush'. Contact 0459 827414.

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