Seven cattle sale yards have cracked the 1000c/kg mark this week.
Emma Ayliffe from Lake Cargelligo, NSW, is the Young Farmer of the Year.
A WA cattle property has sold carbon credits worth $2 million.
Beef exports have rise five per cent rise as slaughter volumes increased.
The WA cattle industry can now apply for grants to help biosecurity in the state.
An inquiry will be held into the labelling of alternative proteins.
Both the EYCI and WYCI continue to break new ground at 913c and 1042c respectively.
Beef and sheep meat tariffs will be eliminated after 10 years in a new UK-Australia trade agreement.
Favourable feeding conditions see male and female carcase weights on the rise.
Argentina's self-imposed beef export ban could potentially boost global beef prices.
Nearly 50 per cent of cattle slaughter is grain fed, which is the highest proportion in 10 years.
Cattle slaughter volumes projected to hit lowest level in 35 years.
The Cattle Council of Australia says the drought has lingering effects for many producers.
The EYCI reached over 900c/kg for the first time in history despite larger yardings.
New Zealand export of live cattle by sea will be phased out in the next two years.
Young cattle prices have reached new highs as heavy steer prices remain relatively flat.
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