Bill Tatt Stock agent Bill Tatt discusses the latest industry news, which includes the drought ravaging Queensland and how the Australia Day public holiday will cause issues for marketing livestock.
Milk prices are continuing to head in the wrong direction, a peak body for dairy farmers warns.
Bill Tatt At Dubbo, cattle numbers are still running at strong levels with 5700 head being the draw for the sale on November 24.
NSW mixed farmer and grazier Fiona Simson has been elected president of the National Farmers’ Federation (NFF).
The Royal Agricultural Society of NSW (RAS) Foundation says it is searching for motivated members of rural and regional NSW looking to improve their community through local projects.
It’s been a tumultuous season for grain growers in the central west with a dry autumn affecting preparation and continuous rain affecting sowing and spraying and flooding affecting yield. Now strong seasons in the northern hemisphere and some countries upgrading infrastructure means prices are fickle too.
Declan Rurenga More than 7000 people walk through gates of field days on third and final day
Bill Tatt Solid numbers continue to run at Dubbo with another prime cattle draw of some 6000 head. No doubt the final scanning will be somewhat less, but a total of 5000 plus should be reached.
Police are appealing for information after an armed robbery in Coonabarabran on Monday night.
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