Introducing Sheep Central's exclusive Property Summaries

These summaries will quickly become a handy nationwide reference-point for grazing land property sales results and upcoming properties for sale. It is designed to help investors, buyers, vendors and those simply interested in watching the grazing property market keep up with developments.

Merino breeders buy Victorian showcase Mt Fyans for $37 million

NEW South Wales stud Merino breeders Ian and Camilla Shippen have paid $37 million for Mt Fyans, one of the largest and most highly regarded agricultural holdings in Victoria’s Western District…Read More

Linda Rowley, December 7, 2018

Weekly Property Review: Is it possible to fence in value?

IS the growing momentum being seen in investment in exclusion fencing for wild dog and kangaroo control yet being reflected in property values? Property editor Linda Rowley puts the question to a number of rural land valuers and other stakeholders…. ..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, November 29, 2018

Property: No ceiling in sight for climbing ag land prices

Agricultural land prices in Australia are set to continue to climb over the next two years with no peak in sight, according to a new report issued by Rabobank. This is driven in the most part, the report says, by projected continuing high demand for ag properties, which in most regions will continue to far outstrip supply…Read More

Sheep Central, August 23, 2018

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 20 Feb 2019

A cold front and pre-frontal trough brought light falls to southern Victoria, and moderate falls in western Tasmania. Thunderstorms and showers produced light to moderate falls across northern Australia throughout the week…Read More

Bureau of Meteorology, February 20, 2019

NLIS workshops for Victoria’s livestock producers

Agriculture Victoria is holding practical, hands-on workshops across the state to assist sheep, goat and cattle producers use the National Livestock Identification System (NLIS) database…Read More

Sheep Central, February 20, 2019

Is it the RSPCA’s role to help flood affected livestock?

Should the RSPCA be playing a role in helping to assist livestock affected by floods in north western Queensland, now widely recognised as one of the greatest animal welfare disasters in Australian history?..Read More

James Nason, February 19, 2019

WoolProducers Australia highlights FMD risk to wool trade

CHINA’S suspension of wool exports from South Africa is expected to intensify demand for Australian wool this week. However, the fall-out from South Africa notifying the World Organisation for Animal Health of a FMD outbreak in Limpopo, bordering Zimbabwe, has also highlighted the importance of Australia’s biosecurity measures…Read More

Sheep Central, February 19, 2019

New-look Sheep Central website is all about reader experience

Welcome to the new-look Sheep Central website, launched last week. Readers will note some significant changes to the appearance of the site, its content and layout, and the way it functions. Here’s a quick user guide…Read More

Sheep Central, February 18, 2019

AuctionsPlus sheep and lamb clearance rates improve

AUCTIONSPLUS online sheep and lamb clearance rates improved last week for a slightly smaller offering of 73,680 head, 825 fewer than the previous week…Read More

Sheep Central, February 18, 2019

Boundary-breaking and sustainable fashion wins International Woolmark Prize

WHAT do American cowboys, a biker jacket and an 18th century frock coat have to do with Australian wool?..Read More

Sheep Central, February 18, 2019

Nominations called for 2019 Australian Wool Industry Medals

NOMINATIONS have been called for the 2019 Federation of Australian Wool Organisations’ Wool Industry Medal…Read More

Sheep Central, February 18, 2019

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