Productivity in the sheep industry – how it measures up
Productivity growth is an essential measure of performance for Australian agriculture as, in the long term, it demonstrates the change in efficiency of utilising inputs to produce outputs.Read More
Grainfed export growth in Asia
A historically low Australian cattle herd and the consequent tight supplies constricted numbers on feed during the 2016-17 fiscal year, particularly in the September quarter 2016. This resulted in Australian grainfed beef exports for 2016-17 easing 4% year-on-year, to 257,781 tonnes swt, although remained well-above the five-year average.Read More
Herd, flock recovery driving shift in protein production
Growth in chicken and pork production over the past twelve months is a stark contrast to the fall in red meat production.Read More
Australian beef production shows signs of recovery
The combination of deteriorating seasonal conditions, recovering herd numbers and seasonal female turn-off resulted in Australian cattle slaughter and beef production registering its first year-on-year growth in two years.Read More
Beef exports lift for first time in 24 months
Australian beef exports in July totalled just under 93,000 tonnes shipped weight (swt) – a 9% increase year-on-year. While the rise was off a low base from year-ago levels, this marks the first year-on-year increase in Australian beef exports in 24 months.Read More
Seasonal conditions and heavier carcases weigh on sheep outlook
Despite a strong first half of 2017, the outlook for the Australian sheep and lamb market for the remainder of the year is somewhat uncertain.Read More
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