Beef industry predicts recovery

Written on the 13 March 2017

North West pastoralists are poised for a bumper season on the back of good rains, higher beef prices and main trading partner Indonesia set to buy more cattle.

In addition to live exports, 2017 will be the first full year of operation for Jack Burton's Kimberley Meat Company between Broome and Derby.

The processing facility will provide an important additional market for regional producers whose cattle do not meet live export specifications.

Previously, the only option was to truck the animals to abattoirs in the south of the State.


Source: Broome Advertiser

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