Live Export

SE Asia Report: Trade volumes remain high in spite of COVID

Live cattle export volumes continue at high levels in spite of Covid 19, however the strengthening Aussie dollar and rising feeder prices are adding pressure to the trading environment, Dr Ross Ainsworth writes from aboard the Gelbray Express…Read More

Dr Ross Ainsworth, August 7, 2020

Laporan Pasar: Industri Daging Sapi Asia Tenggara: Edisi ke-80: Juli 2020

Live cattle export volumes continue at high levels in spite of Covid 19, however the strengthening Aussie dollar and rising feeder prices are adding pressure to the trading environment, Dr Ross Ainsworth writes from aboard the Gelbray Express…Read More

Dr Ross Ainsworth, August 7, 2020

Federal Government won’t appeal Federal Court live export decision

THE Federal Government on Wednesday night announced it will not appeal the Federal Court decision declaring the 2011 live cattle export suspension to Indonesia illegal…Read More

Beef Central, July 22, 2020

SAILS loads first shipment of Australian cattle for China

Southern Australian International Livestock Services (SAILS), the company which recently took ownership of the former Landmark International livestock export business, has loaded its first shipment of Australian cattle to China…Read More

James Nason, July 21, 2020

McLachlan, Robb and McGauchie call on Morrison not to appeal livex ruling

Three Liberal Party heavyweights and foundation members of the Australian Farmers Fighting Fund have publicly urged the Morrison Government to accept the Federal Court’s decision last month declaring the Gillard government’s ban on live exports illegal…Read More

Beef Central, July 20, 2020

Dept of Agriculture issues reprimand to livestock exporter

A livestock exporter has received a reprimand from the Department of Agriculture, Water and Environment for failing to ensure cattle assembled for a shipment to China last year were sourced in accordance with the importing country’s requirements…Read More

James Nason, July 14, 2020

Townsville was Australia’s largest cattle export port in 2019-20

A spike in drought-driven export turnoff in the second half of last year and resurgent demand from Vietnam saw Townsville become Australia’s largest cattle export port in the 2019-20 financial year, overtaking Darwin for the first time in a formal 12 month period…Read More

James Nason, July 13, 2020

SE Asia Report: Trade volumes strong despite ongoing Covid 19 disruption

Live cattle trade volumes remain strong despite the ongoing Covid 19 disruption, writes Dr Ross Ainsworth in his latest month South East Asia market report. ..Read More

Dr Ross Ainsworth, July 10, 2020

Laporan Pasar: Industri Daging Sapi Asia Tenggara – Edisi ke-79: Juni 2020

Volume perdagangan sapi hidup tetap kuat terlepas dari dampak Covid-19
Pasokan sapi bakalan dan sapi potong Australia menurun, harga beranjak naik..Read More

Dr Ross Ainsworth, July 10, 2020

Hainan Island cattle shipment opens new China trade pathway

Despite challenging times in Australia’s trade relationship with China positive developments are still occurring, evidenced last week by a shipment of cattle from Western Australia to Hainan Island which marked the opening of a new trade pathway that has been some six years in the making…Read More

James Nason, July 8, 2020

Federal Court awards $2.94m damages to Brett Cattle Company

The Brett Cattle Company, the lead applicant in the successful class action against the Federal Government’s June 2011 decision to temporarily suspend cattle exports to Indonesia, will receive almost $3 million in damages, the Federal Court judge ruled on Monday…Read More

James Nason, June 30, 2020

Live export prices climb as ships power on through June

The Australian cattle export trade to Indonesia and Vietnam has been running at full speed through June with more than 20 vessels currently operating on runs to the key South East Asian markets…Read More

James Nason, June 22, 2020

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