Good quality was on offer across most categories at the Wagga sheep sale on March 26.
MLA Quality slipped at Wagga cattle sale with increased numbers of plainer store type yearlings in the offering.
MLA Numbers lifted and the quality was good with reasonable numbers of well finished yearlings coming off feed. Lighter, plainer yearling numbers increased slightly as dry conditions continue.
MLA Lamb numbers eased and the quality was mixed but contained excellent numbers of well finished trade and heavy weights.
Nominations for this years Landcare awards are now open.
Elizabeth Habermann Two major young farmer groups have combined to organise an event promoting agriculture.
Nikki Reynolds Kate Loudon has a good eye for beef cattle.
Elizabeth Habermann Young farmers and agriculture enthusiasts are joining together in different areas around the state to tackle issues in agriculture.
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