Livestock

  1. Tullibardine bulls to $15,500

    Tullibardine bulls to $15,500

    Rare Murray Grey genetics brought Eastern States stud interest to the Tullibardine bull sale last week at Albany, where prices reached $15,500.

  2. $15,000 for Diamond Tree bull

    $15,000 for Diamond Tree bull

    Genetic variation was on offer at the Diamond Tree Angus bull sale last week at Manjimup and buyers responded.

  3. Anger over dairy payment change

    Anger over dairy payment change

    Dairy farmers have voiced concerns about a change in milk payment days by processor Brownes.

  4. Bulls to $11,500 at Monterey

    Bulls to $11,500 at Monterey

    From paddock to plate, the quality breeding at Buller family's Monterey stud at Karridale is gaining consumer appreciation.

  5. Mordallup sale to $8250 top

    Mordallup sale to $8250 top

    Top Mordallup bulls sold for value at the Muir family's annual Angus sale held last week in Manjimup.

  6. Harvey Beef to nurture herd

    Harvey Beef to nurture herd

    Harvey Beef general manager Wayne Shaw says his company's commitment to a sustainable beef industry will underpin the State's herd growth.

  7. Near miss for Angus stud

    Near miss for Angus stud

    Mordallup Angus stud will reach a milestone in 2016 - its 40th annual bull sale - but a recent bushfire could have put everything on hold.

  8. Ardcairnie bulls to $11,600 peak

    Ardcairnie bulls to $11,600 peak

    Positive rib and rump fat breeding values helped put a little tenderness into the Ardcairnie Angus bull sale held last week at Kojonup.

  9. Beef supply weighty issue

    Beef supply weighty issue

    WAFarmers has warned the State could soon face a beef supply shortage, as local producers focus on the lucrative live trade.

  10. Optimistic Forrest banks on beef

    Optimistic Forrest banks on beef

    Mining billionaire Andrew Forrest is banking on Harvey Beef becoming a handy cash cow over the next few years judging by documents lodged with the corporate regulator.

  11. Top marks for Williams producers

    Top marks for Williams producers

    Williams farmers James and Diane Evans qualified for the 100%+ Club during the past two years, and will strive to be there again during 2015.

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