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Bartons back up for 2nd consecutive title as legacy lives on
Barton Partnership, “Dunreath” Garoo have taken out the Jason Goodwin Memorial Shield for the second year running.
The Barton’s lambs won the medium trade weight (45-49.5kg) category before being announced as the Grand Champion Pen ahead of G&J Rogers, “Colly Plains North”, Quirindi who won for their light trade (40-44.5kg) lambs (pictured 3rd from top) and the Aitken family, “Nekia Downs” Duri who won the export (50+kg) category.
Winner declares "ladies day" as Haling heifers extend lead - 7th April
Thoroughbred racing has champion mare Winx but Tony Haling coined today ‘Ladies Day” after the Haling family heifers stole the Virbac Weaner Challenge beating one of the best line-ups of weaners ever seen at Tamworth Regional Livestock Exchange (TRLX). Click here for the full story
Are your stock fit for sale?
There are specific requirements for livestock transport in Australia. Under these standards it is an offence to load and transport an animal in a way that causes, or is likely to cause, it unnecessary harm.
Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) have developeda guide to help you decide if an animal is fit to be loaded for transport, by road or rail, to any destination within Australia. Click here for a copy of the guide on the MLA website.
If in doubt leave it out.
Mon 8th Aug, 2016
Is 400c/kg the new 300c/kg?
It was another week of not so average averages at TRLX with the best cows making over $2000, the top steers making over $2200, the best bull making over $3000 and heifers closing in on 400c/kg.
Oct 2016 - TRLX # 4 in NSW
An excellent year for the beef industry has been capped off with TRLX named as the fourth top saleyard in NSW in 2015/16 in Meat and Livestock Australia’s (MLA) annual saleyard survey , bypassing our biggest rivals, Gunnedah.
Thank you to all our clients for your continued support and helping us to develop Tamworth as the number 1 selling centre in north western NSW.
Mon 6th Feb, 2017 - $70000 pen of bullocks & $1300 vealer steers
Some very good heavy bullocks and feeder steers made good money with one pen sold by PPA weighing 25 590kg and returning over $70 000. They were sold on account of RD Pryor made 280c/kg and averaged 753kg/$2107 and certainly created a stir on our Facebook page.