What impacts will TC Kirrily have on the cattle market? Agents share their thoughts

Ben Harden
Updated January 30 2024 - 10:58am, first published January 25 2024 - 6:00pm
Livestock agents Phillip Avery, TopX Cloncurry, Greg Hardgrave, CRT Country Co, Blackwater, and Paul Cooper, Nutrien Mackay. File pictures
Livestock agents Phillip Avery, TopX Cloncurry, Greg Hardgrave, CRT Country Co, Blackwater, and Paul Cooper, Nutrien Mackay. File pictures

As North Queensland prepares for Cyclone Kirrily to make landfall near Townsville, there is hope north west cattle producers could receive much-need rainfall and a boost in cattle prices, in the weeks that follow.

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Ben Harden

Ben Harden

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Queensland Country Life reporter based in Toowoomba. I over all things livestock and agriculture in central and southern Queensland. Got a story? Get in touch: 0437528907 or email ben.harden@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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