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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Female slaughter ratio dips as herd rebuild takes hold.

By Matt Dalgleish  |  Source: MLA, ABS, Ag Concepts

The release of January slaughter figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) shows a sharp drop in the number of females as proportion of the total kill level. The decline in percent of females slaughtered most evident in Queensland, unsurprising given the herd liquidation hit hardest here and thus signs of the subsequent rebuild should also be expected to show up more in the north.

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