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A SOUTH West farm has been the target of a cruel attack, with a vandal – or vandals – destroying kilometres of fencing around the property in addition to water troughs and tanks.

Katie Jackson - January 21, 2022

HAMILTON’S weaner week started off with a bang on Monday and the hits continued to roll, with Thursday’s heifer sale continuing the run of record prices for the yards. - January 14, 2022

HAMILTON recorded one of its largest yardings for some time on Wednesday, December 8, with over 60,000 lambs penned through the Hamilton Regional Livestock Exchange (HRLX).

Samantha McCombe - December 10, 2021

AT only 22 years old, Ruby Canning has wisdom and knowledge beyond her years, with a passion for the beef industry that continues to see her career in agriculture grow.

Samantha McCombe - December 5, 2021

ADDITIONAL restocker competition helped some young cattle sales lift up to 30c/kg and suitable cows hold firm. Most young cattle averaged unchanged to slightly dearer as did grown steers. Friesian steers were 15c to 20c dearer and beef cows lifted 10c to 15c/kg. The poor to plainer conditioned cows averaged 20c cheaper and beef bulls […]

Admin - November 21, 2021

THERE was another excellent offering of sheep of all weights and grades saw 11,718 being offered at Hamilton this week.

Admin - November 20, 2021

FARM crime was being addressed through the Victoria Police Farm Crime Coordination Unit (FCCU) and a roadshow will be coming to Hamilton tomorrow hoping to raise awareness of how the community can help.

Mark Rabich - November 9, 2021

THE Federal Government has recently succeeded at removing roadblocks to the exportation of canola, with exports of canola seeds to Pakistan set to resume after five years.

Mark Rabich - November 8, 2021

THE bull sale was the highlight of the Warrnambool market on Wednesday with two buyers very competitive pushing prices 10c to 15c higher for beef bulls and 20c to 35c/kg for dairy bulls.

Admin - October 31, 2021

DESPITE fewer buyers in attendance, prices were mainly around the levels of last week, with a few cheaper sales included. Cows were nearly all on an easier trend.

Admin - October 31, 2021
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