Impacted by continuing dry conditions, numbers of livestock at selling centres like Dubbo are on the increase with about 38,000 sheep and lambs yarded last week.
They say a week is a long time in politics and that may be the case - it certainly is a long time in the beef market when it will not rain.
Landholders learned about the latest agricultural research and developments across a number of topics at a recent gathering in Coonamble.
Hot and dry conditions across the State have driven down forecast winter crop sowings, the Department of Primary Industries’ (DPI) April grains report has revealed.
Smart phone users can now access the latest information about Australia’s worst pest animals via the new ‘Field Guide to Pest Animals of Australia’ App, produced by the Invasive Animals CRC.
Warren district landholders Xanthe and Laidley White are transforming their property Merryanbone Station into a more holistic grazing enterprise through a partnership with the Central West Catchment Management Authority (CMA).
STOCK TALK: WEEKLY kill statistics recently released by the National Livestock Reporting Service continue to stun market observers as slaughter figures go through the roof.
Raising awareness of the bioindustry was the focus of an expo held in Dubbo recently.
A look back at photos taken throughout the Central West this week.