Cattle producers in WA's north are bracing for any impact on trade from the executions.
WAFarmers' submission to the Wool Systems Selling Review, which recommended centralised selling be based in Melbourne, deliberately intended to be controversial to promote debate within the State's industry.
Two branches and several generations of Corrigin's Poultney family have combined many years of sheepbreeding experience in a SAMM/Dohne/Merino prime lamb partnership that has won WAMMCO's Producer of the Month award for March 2015.
Bos indicus bulls sold to a top of $6000 at the annual WALSA Invitational Narngulu Bull Sale, held last week at the Coolina Sale Complex.
Green grazing paddocks paved the way to the Hasleby family's 10th annual on-property bull sale at Northampton, a sign of good things to come for the cattle industry.
WAFarmers has launched a Kickstarter campaign to send Jona Weinhofen, the face of PETA's latest anti-shearing campaign, to shearing school for a hands-on education about Australia's wool industry.
China's surge in agricultural development has created a niche opportunity for Kojonup's Simon and Rebecca Bell to help Australian sheep studs export their genetics.
Australia's largest private landholders have put their cattle business up for sale amid strong overseas demand for local agriculture.
An emotive anti-shearing social media campaign by animal-activist group PETA has been hijacked by a barrage of angry responses from across the country.
PJ Morris wool exporter Peter Morris said it was likely a group of buyers would make an appeal to WAFarmers, after the lobby group's submission to Australian Wool Innovation's independent review of the wool-selling system.
Challenges facing the lamb industry were discussed at the More Sheep 100%+ Club producer awards event held last week in Osborne Park.