THE Beef Central, Grain Central and Sheep Central teams will be taking a short publishing break over the Christmas/New Year period.
Important news content will continue to be posted to the websites over coming weeks, including grain market price updates.
Our daily news emails will return on Tuesday, January 14, 2020.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank our readers and advertisers for their continued valued support in 2019, and we look forward to keeping the industry informed and up to date through our independent agricultural news service in 2020.
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Since sending out our first daily email eight years ago, we have worked hard to establish Beef Central as a valued source of continuous, reliable, accurate and relevant national news for Australia’s beef industry, and as the most targeted and cost-effective advertising platform for companies that service the industry.
Beef Central is written and edited by experienced industry specialists, James Nason and Jon Condon, with support in specialist fields from Al Rayner (Genetics), Linda Rowley (property), Ross Ainsworth (southeast Asia), Steve Kay (US) and Simon Quilty (supply chain analysis).
The advertising section is in the capable hands of advertising industry professionals, Rod Hibberd and Sally Inslay.
Our ability to deliver original, industry-specific news and important information free-of-charge to a large and growing audience of grain industry stakeholders across Australia and overseas is thanks largely to the strong and continued commercial support of our advertisers, and for their support we are extremely grateful.
We hope readers continue to find value in the service we provide and, as always, we welcome any feedback or comments about what we can do better to serve readers’ needs.
We take this opportunity to wish all our valued readers and advertisers a happy and restful Christmas/New Year period and look forward to keeping you well-informed about important industry news and trends in 2020.
Thanks for your great coverage of all things rural.