Friday, May 14, 2021

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Vegans, please turn the page

By ERWIN CHLANDA “Demand for and sales of Australian beef has triumphed in the face of both the real and perceived challenges of the past...

Nature, markets kind to cattlemen. Crime, officialdom are not.

By ERWIN CHLANDA It’s a room full of smiles as cattlemen are gathering for their annual meeting after record rains and beef prices in the...

Peter Severin was untiring in raising cattle, developing tourism

By ERWIN CHLANDA A man sharing his boundless energy between raising cattle and developing, from the ground up, tourism at Ayers Rock, has died aged...

Great future for young cattle workers

By JULIUS DENNIS “There is a huge need for training in rural industry,” says Russel Young, of Charles Darwin University, who has teamed up with the...

Head count – tourists or cattle

By ERWIN CHLANDA A cow is worth $1100. The carrying capacity of cattle land in The Centre is two cows per square kilometre. They are...

Rains a good start for cattlemen as prices are high

By ERWIN CHLANDA Cattlemen are looking for follow-up rain – a likelihood in this year of La Niña – after good recent falls north and...

Dust storms no obstacle to the Sport of the Outback

By ERWIN CHLANDA Melbourne people do pushups in their living room to remain fit and sane during the pandemic, while in Alice Springs some people,...

Roads, fracking, weeds and IT are on cattlemen’s mind

 

 

Cattlemen call for a half a billion dollars plus upgrading of Territory roads, are looking for wash down bays to combat weeds, clearer rules about access for fracking and a faster internet. JULIUS DENNIS checks out the rural producers' election wish list.

Don’t threaten us: Cattleman to PM over live export decision

 

Cattle industry leader Tom Stockwell (at left) challenges Scott Morrison over "threats" to appeal the Federal Court's live export decision: It should be hailed "as a principle of good governance to guide future ministers, rather than running a protection racket for the under-performers of the political class at further expense to the people".

$3m compensation for ‘reckless, unjustifiable’ export ban

 

 

Federal Court decision today may spark hundreds of claims, says Cattlemen's Association CEO Ashley Manicaros. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

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