The EYCI had a slight fall last week as yardings rose, breaking the unchartered territory streak.
Continued rainfall and fewer sales have seen the EYCI consistently break new ground.
Report confirms value of livestock industry.
Feeding up stock might be a thing of the past with lighter weight cattle in high demand.
Favourable feed conditions will see producers offload lighter cattle which is boosting prices.
A Senate Inquiry has been told producers are not happy with the misappropriation of the term 'beef'.
Two cases of Mad Cow disease in Brazil have resulted in a voluntary ban on exports to China.
The EYCI had a fall last week while trade lamb prices saw a slight rise.
Reduced shipping and airfreight capacity has had detrimental effects on red meat exports.
Self-imposed export restrictions on Argentinian beef could impact global supplies.
A new feed additive looks promising to reduce methane emissions for Australian feedlots.
The Cattle Council of Australia is confident of red meat's ability to be produced sustainably.
A positive forecast for spring this year could encourage producers to hold onto their stock.
The EYCI has broken the 1000c/kg mark with new records set this week in the cattle market.
Farm safety should always be a priority on any property.
Seven cattle sale yards have cracked the 1000c/kg mark this week.
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