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Feature lines for Monday 25th March 2019
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CHANGE OF DATE
Due to seasonal conditions, our 2019 Virbac Weaner Challenge was held on 15th March. Regular store sale will be held on 12th April.
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.
Mon 3rd Sept 2018| New title holder, new record and a downpour
On the first Monday of Spring each year we like to think that the late Jason Goodwin is looking down on the outstanding lambs at our annual Spring lamb show - and we think he may well have been today as the heavens opened up as Simon Burke announced Robert Carey as this year’s winner of the 2018 Jason Goodwin Memorial Shield for his export weight (50+kg) lambs. Click here for the full story
Robert took out the title for his “hand-picked” pen of 70-76 kg, Jan and July shorn lambs off barley grain and hay sourced from South Australia. They were knocked down by agent Simon Burke to Fletcher for $300.
Monday 23rd July 2018 |Hat trick (and national record) for Tarakan trio
Stuart, Phillip and Mitch Steiger smashed their own record price for lambs with an outstanding pen of Jan shorn, ten and a half month old lambs off the oats, estimated by buyers at 76kg, sold by IML for $292. The new National record comes just 4 weeks after Tarakan set a Tamworth record price of $253, smashing the record they also set on 6th June last year. Click here for the full story.
6th April 2018 - Outstanding weaners keep title on tablelands
Neil and Beth Higgins, “Old Crockford”, Nowendoc have taken out the 5th annual Virbac Weaner Challenge in Tamworth with their outstanding quality Angus x Hereford weaner steers. 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, 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.