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Weekly kill: Rainfall impacting cattle access, in what’s already a critically tight market

Recent falls of 25-75mm across large parts of the three eastern mainland states, and prospects of a lot more to come later this week is disrupting supply of slaughter cattle for processors in many areas…Read More

Jon Condon, 09/11/2021

Meat definitions inquiry turns to pub tests and zero sum games

It was another big day of hearings for the Senate Inquiry into the definitions of meat yesterday, as Senators Susan McDonald (Nationals) and Lloyd Whish-Wilson (Australian Greens) put in a marathon shift with questions to 18 industry groups and businesses across a full-day zoom session…Read More

James Nason, 09/11/2021

Rough times turn around, as silage stockpiles grow

Silage stockpiles across the eastern states have seen a remarkable turnaround in the past two years, with widespread rain delivering another season of good crops…Read More

Eric Barker, 09/11/2021

Remote monitoring shows promising BRD diagnosis results

A new study tracking the movements and temperatures of cattle has delivered promising results – accurately diagnosing Bovine Respiratory Disease (BRD) in feedlots…Read More

Eric Barker, 09/11/2021

Farmbot water monitor sales boost, with more than 5000 units sold

Australian agtech brand Farmbot has now sold more than 5,000 water monitoring units, with the company saying the COP26 summit in Glasgow has boosted sales in recent weeks.
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Beef Central, 09/11/2021

Meat exporters join call for shipping reforms

Australia’s meat exporters have joined a shippers coalition seeking reform of the stevedoring sector as a container shortage and shipping delays drive export costs higher…Read More

Terry Sim, 08/11/2021

Property: Locals, fund managers snap up CQ’s THF portfolio in $100m deal

Fund manager RFM and four other local family enterprises have paid around $100 million in separate transactions for five properties sold as part of the THF beef cattle and irrigated fodder portfolio in Central Queensland. At the same time, RFM has also paid $30 million for large Springsure property Baamba Plains. ..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, 08/11/2021



Industry Dashboard

$A / $US

Updated 7am daily
Today
0.7420
Source: NAB

ASX Market Index

09 Nov 2021 (updated 10am daily)
Company Price Trending
Elders $12.20
Australian Agricultural Co $1.59
Graincorp $6.76
Ridley $1.35
Woolworths $39.50
Wellard $0.09
Source: ASX

Beef Kill

Eastern States, weekly

Last Week

100084
Source: MLA's NLRS

EYCI

Eastern Young Cattle Indicator, c/kg

Today

1061
Source: MLA's NLRS

90CL Cow

Imported 90CL cow beef price. Landed US, Ac/kg CIF

Today

815.1
Source: Steiner Consulting, MLA

Live Export

Live export feeder steer prices ex Darwin (c/kg liveweight)

Today

440
Source: Trade contacts

SOI

Southern Oscillation Index (SOI)

Today

9.24
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NLRS-reported yards (feedlot buyers only); 0-600kg, 0-2T, c/kg LW

Today

498
Source: Feeder Steer

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News

Meat exporters join call for shipping reforms

Australia’s meat exporters have joined a shippers coalition seeking reform of the stevedoring sector as a container shortage and shipping delays drive export costs higher…Read More

Terry Sim, 08/11/2021

NZ beef flowing into Oz, as domestic wholesale prices hit record highs

New Zealand beef is flowing into Australia in larger quantities, in part due to domestically-produced wholesale beef prices hitting new record highs, in line with the booming cattle market and low supply…Read More

Jon Condon, 08/11/2021

JBS and DSM partner to reduce methane emissions in beef

JBS, the world’s largest protein sector company, has partnered with global health, nutrition and bioscience company Royal DSM to implement a development program with the goal of reducing enteric methane emissions from cattle on a global scale…Read More

Beef Central, 05/11/2021

Beef Central’s beef quiz – October 2021

Test your industry knowledge with our October 2021 beef and cattle quiz…Read More

Beef Central, 05/11/2021

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Smart Fossil Downs strategy exposes Kimberley cattle to voracious eastern states buyers

A clever strategy to ‘take the hard work out’ of accessing quality cattle from the remote Kimberley region for buyers in southern and eastern Australia has paid big dividends for Hancock Agriculture’s Fossil Downs station near Fitzroy Crossing…Read More

Jon Condon, 08/11/2021

Lighter steer prices rise, while heifers ease in 20,000 head AuctionsPlus offering

With a healthy offering of 20,010 commercial cattle online this week, $/head prices across lighter steer categories on AuctionsPlus improved, while lighter heifers eased in $/head terms…Read More

Beef Central, 07/11/2021

Chris Howie: All too soon the weaner sales will be upon us

The past two years have seen outstanding seasonal conditions throughout the Victorian cattle breeding regions, giving breeders confidence to continue and expand breeding programs, leading to forecast weaner sale numbers being on track to be similar to last year. ..Read More

Chris Howie , 05/11/2021

Feeders and interstate buyers clean up at annual Mortlake feature spring sale

WITH the EYCI again in record territory, lot feeders and interstate backgrounders carved a hefty swathe through the Elders Kerr & Co feature spring store cattle at WVLX Mortlake on Thursday, trucking two-thirds of 2944-strong grown cattle penning out of the state of Victoria…Read More

Murray Arnel, 05/11/2021

Production

Rough times turn around, as silage stockpiles grow

Silage stockpiles across the eastern states have seen a remarkable turnaround in the past two years, with widespread rain delivering another season of good crops…Read More

Eric Barker, 09/11/2021

Greenhouse gas emissions lift parthenium toxin levels: Research

International research has revealed rising atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) levels have increased the toxicity of parthenium weed, which may also have contributed to the spread of the invasive weed in Australia, Africa and Asia…Read More

Beef Central, 08/11/2021

Wet season spelling encouraged with widespread Mitchell grass death

With years of drought across Northern Australia, the state of one of the area’s most productive pastures has been causing concern among producers and researchers…Read More

Beef Central, 04/11/2021

Integrity Systems to develop offline eNVD form by January

Integrity Systems Company says it plans to have offline electronic National Vendor Declaration forms ready by the end January – before integrating all its platforms next year…Read More

Eric Barker, 02/11/2021

Processing

Weekly kill: Rainfall impacting cattle access, in what’s already a critically tight market

Recent falls of 25-75mm across large parts of the three eastern mainland states, and prospects of a lot more to come later this week is disrupting supply of slaughter cattle for processors in many areas…Read More

Jon Condon, 09/11/2021

Changes in TFI operations management, board ranks

Prominent lamb, beef and goatmeat processor Thomas Foods International has transitioned into a new senior leadership structure as the group positions for future growth…Read More

Beef Central, 05/11/2021

Weekly kill: Grids edge higher, with 800c/kg four-tooth ox within sight

With only six or seven weeks remaining for the 2021 slaughter season, export processors remain in a desperate battle to secure supply, with some Queensland direct consignment grids edging higher again this week…Read More

Jon Condon, 02/11/2021

Red meat R&D: Progress in shadow robotics

Earlier this year the Australian Meat Processor Corporation issued a challenge to technology providers across the world asking them to develop concepts for ‘shadow robotic’ solutions, and how this might apply to meat processing. Nine months into the project, and the results have been outstanding…Read More

Beef Central, 28/10/2021

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Remote monitoring shows promising BRD diagnosis results

A new study tracking the movements and temperatures of cattle has delivered promising results – accurately diagnosing Bovine Respiratory Disease (BRD) in feedlots…Read More

Eric Barker, 09/11/2021

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Southern markets have dropped in the past week as consumers feel assured some rain-affected grain will come their way, but northern prices were mostly firmer to reflect heady competition from exporters…Read More

Liz Wells, 08/11/2021

Vaccine for feedlot cattle disease receives APVMA approval

Regulatory approval has been received for the local production of a unique vaccine to improve the health of feedlot cattle…Read More

Beef Central, 01/11/2021

Feedgrain Focus:  Barley prices sink, wheat rises

Northern harvest pressure sees barley drop but wheat inches higher to reflect the later-than-normal harvest. Hungry for export SA bidders are strong while Victorian crops remain green…Read More

Liz Wells, 29/10/2021

Live Export

High cattle prices threaten Indonesian feedlot sustainability

The head of Indonesia’s beef cattle industry association has outlined his fears that if there is not a correction in the high price of Australian feeder cattle soon, the viability of an important trade partnership 30 years in the making will be in danger…Read More

James Nason, 03/11/2021

Historic bull shipment from Townsville

Amid a difficult trading environment for Australia’s export cattle trade to Southeast Asia, an Australian exporting company has successfully assembled a shipment made up entirely of bulls to be exported from Townsville to Vietnam this week…Read More

James Nason, 01/11/2021

Testing times but positive signs also at Townsville live export forum

Livestock exporters continue to face a range of challenges but there were also positive signs for the sector heading into 2022, the Queensland Livestock Exporters Association forum in Townsville was told this morning…Read More

James Nason, 28/10/2021

The S. E. Asian live cattle shipping trade is sailing into a perfect storm

A combination of factors has resulted in a relatively sudden slow-down in the trade which is likely to continue to contract in the near future…Read More

Dr Ross Ainsworth, 28/10/2021

Trade

October beef exports continue 2021’s characteristic slow pace

A big drop in trade into the US was one of the distinguishing features in Australia’s October beef export trade performance, results for which were released this morning. ..Read More

Jon Condon, 02/11/2021

Speckle Park entries score big Brisbane taste test win

Entries representing the emerging Speckle Park breed claimed their first Brisbane Battle of the Breeds taste test competition win in 2021 results announced on Thursday. ..Read More

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Retailer Coles closes in-store butchery operations

National supermarket retailer Coles will close its in-store butchery operations on Sunday, moving back to a self-serve only, pre-packaged meat model…Read More

Beef Central, 07/10/2021

September beef exports continue at slow pace, reaching just 79,843t

Following a familiar pattern seen throughout 2021, Australia’s September beef exports continued to struggle, producing historically low trade volumes for this time of year. Total chilled and frozen product to all markets last month reached just 79,843t, the lowest September level in at least ten years,..Read More

Jon Condon, 05/10/2021

Genetics

Weekly genetics review: Is there an opportunity to select for male fertility?

A quick look at the various EBVs which address fertility traits in cattle shows almost all relate to aspects of female fertility. But can there be some genetic selection for bull fertility, beyond the use of scrotal circumference measurements? It’s possible using BBSE earlier that Age at Puberty can actually be a good method, and longer-term, genomic data may also hold promise to help develop an EBV for conception rate, writes genetics editor Al Rayner..Read More

Genetics editor Alastair Rayner, 03/11/2021

Weekly genetics review: Addressing cow reproduction through genetics

This week’s review looks at the value in enhancements to data and reference population work from the north to improve reproductive selection in cows. “Basically, the data we have now is enhancing reproductive EBVs such as Days to Calving to increase accuracy by almost 15pc in Brahmans – a significant shift forwards for producers to select earlier and with more confidence,” genetics editor Al Rayner says..Read More

Genetics editor Alastair Rayner, 26/10/2021

Genetics: Incremental changes for a profitable future

Beef producer Marie Copley from Copley Pastoral Co near Crows Nest in southern Queensland delivered a presentation posing the question, “To EBV or not EBV?” at a field day held at Brahman bull breeder Alf Collins’ Collins Belah Valley (CBV) in August. Here is a summary of her address…..Read More

Beef Central, 26/10/2021

Selection for tick resistance has long history

A recent Beef Central genetics article about a multi-nation research study flagging the ‘feasibility’ of breeding strong tick resistance into all cattle breeds has attracted a response from one of Australia’s pioneers of cattle selection for tick resistance, who worked on the topic as far back as the mid-1970s. ..Read More

Beef Central, 26/10/2021

Ag Tech

Farmbot water monitor sales boost, with more than 5000 units sold

Australian agtech brand Farmbot has now sold more than 5,000 water monitoring units, with the company saying the COP26 summit in Glasgow has boosted sales in recent weeks.
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Beef Central, 09/11/2021

Assisted reality goggles finding a place in lotfeeding and processing

While virtual reality and augmented reality have been all the talk in the Ag Tech sector in recent years, assisted reality has started to find a practical position in the beef industry…Read More

Eric Barker, 25/10/2021

Smart navigation lifts visibility of livestock shipping operations

Most “ag tech” in the livestock industry is focused on the paddock, but one piece of smart technology has been delivering a range of gains for the sector on the open ocean…Read More

James Nason, 19/10/2021

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Telstra has invested $1 million into well-known agtech brand Farmbot, leading a $2.7 million capital raising by the company. Farmbot provides remote water monitoring and management services for livestock producers ..Read More

Beef Central, 11/10/2021

Property

Property: Locals, fund managers snap up CQ’s THF portfolio in $100m deal

Fund manager RFM and four other local family enterprises have paid around $100 million in separate transactions for five properties sold as part of the THF beef cattle and irrigated fodder portfolio in Central Queensland. At the same time, RFM has also paid $30 million for large Springsure property Baamba Plains. ..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, 08/11/2021

Weekly property review: Recently completed sales

Neighbours expand with blue ribbon properties at Young | $25m for large scale weaner factory in western QLD | NT cattleman pays $10m+ for NSW’s Kintyre | NQ’s Timaru sells for the $5m asking price..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, 03/11/2021

Movement at the Station: Recent property listings

More than $35m for NSW’s Bangadilly Station | Tumut production powerhouse could make $9m-$12m | Tom Roberts’ historic Paradise Creek listed | Standout fattening depot near Moree | NSW high rainfall, high production grazing to be auctioned | Expressions of interest for northern NSW’s Boorandi | Little Plain hits the market after 163 years ownership | CQ’s Avoca offers diversity | QLD’s Western Downs property passed in at auction..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, 03/11/2021

TRT Pastoral buys into NW Tasmania with chunk of Van Dairy

THE Roberts-Thomson family’s TRT Pastoral Group has paid around $120 million for a 6000-hectare portion of the historic Woolnorth property…Read More

Guest Author, 02/11/2021

Sheep Central

Records fall at joint Bendigo first cross ewe sale

MULTIPLE records tumbled at this year’s re-jigged Bendigo annual first cross ewe sale where prices were described as being “fair” for buyers and sellers...Read More

Post-sale bargaining lifts AuctionsPlus lamb clearance

INITIAL buying demand waned on AuctionsPlus last week, with post-sale negotiations needed to boost clearance rates after several weeks of high new season lamb offerings...Read More

PrimeSafe investigates livestock slaughter near Geelong

VICTORIAN food safety regulator PrimeSafe has confirmed it is investigating the slaughter of livestock at a property near Geelong...Read More

Shared vision prompts New Zealand wool merger

WOOLS of New Zealand and Primary Wool Co-operative shareholders have overwhelmingly voted in favour of a proposed merger of operations...Read More

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Incitec’s Gibson Island manufacturing to cease at end of 2022

Incitec Pivot Limited will cease manufacturing at its Brisbane-based Gibson Island plant at the end of December 2022...Read More

Putin your orders for Russian fertiliser

The Russian government's move to place a quota on fertilizer exports for the next six months to keep prices lower for the domestic market will further exacerbate the scarcity of..Read More

T-Ports receives first grain delivery into Kimba site

The T-Ports bunker site at Kimba on South Australia’s upper Eyre Peninsula has received its first loads of barley...Read More

Recruitment: Why job-seekers should keep up the search during the holidays

It is a common misconception that businesses do not hire at all over Christmas. It could in fact be the ideal time to rev up the job search...Read More

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