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Diversification tipped to make millions for cattlemen

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After a profitable 2017 pastoralists are set to branch into other forms of agriculture and even tourism under NT policies relaxing the restricted use of their land mostly for grazing. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. PHOTO: Wally Klein on Orange Creek station with a half-tonne bale of lucerne hay.

Day on the beach for cattle from Alice

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What? Undoolya cattle on Bondi Beach? ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

SA Government mum on cattle deals in APY Lands

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Cattle are being agisted on Aboriginal lands in the top end of South Australia, but the SA government will give no information about any involvement of an organisation which it funds. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. Photo: Dust cloud rolls in over Umawa, the Canberra of the Pit Lands.


Cattle prices high again at today's Alice auction

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Bullocks went for up to $1600 a head, says stock agent Jock McPherson. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.


Beef producers to be surveyed on fracking




Results will go to the AGM of the Cattlemen's Association in March and to the NT Government, says Tracey Hayes (pictured). ERWIN CHLANDA reports.


Volunteers create native seed banks in buffel fight

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Pockets of native grasses providing seed banks could be key to a strategy for defeating buffel. PHOTO: Stuart Rotary Club member Richard Bentley is heading up volunteers working near Wallaby Gap on the Larapinta Trial. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.


Cattle, grazing land in big demand from overseas




Demand from overseas buyers creates a bonanza for cattle and pastoral land, says investment banker David Williams (pictured). He spoke with ERWIN CHLANDA at the Cattlemen's Association conference on Friday.


Indonesian cattle import drop no big worry for Centre




A new announcement possible to follow month of fasting, suggests Cattlemen's Association. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. PHOTO: The recent Alice Springs cattle sale.


After a great sale, cattle steal the Show




While on one end of the grounds the sideshow alley drew a young crowd, at the other cattle judging was in full swing for much of the day, culminating with the selection of the Grand Champion bull.


China live export would boost cattle industry recovery




A $1b live export deal with China could be the most significant benefit to the cattle industry in The Centre in more than a decade, after nine years of drought and two years when shipping "on the hoof" was banned by the Federal Government. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.


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