Charters Towers Cattle Sale RESULTS
WEDNESDAY 15th May 2019
Yarding: 1,648 head.
Numbers increased by 475 head to 1,648 cattle for Charters Towers Combined Selling Agents, featuring increased numbers of prime cows and bullocks. Prices eased for prime cows, while demand for heavy steers and bulls for live export saw solid gains throughout. All regular processor attended, with one operating very selectively, while two live exporters, one feeder buyer and opportunity restockers rounded out the gallery. Cattle were drawn from Burketown, Georgetown, Hughenden, Ingham, Guru, local and coastal areas.
FLOODING ASSISTANCE INFORMATION
North Queensland Livestock Industry Recovery Agency
The North Queensland Livestock Industry Recovery Agency was announced by Prime Minister Scott Morrison on 1 March 2019 to assist with the immediate response, recovery and reconstruction efforts in support of North, Far North and Western Queensland communities affected by heavy rainfall and wide-spread flooding in early 2019.
The Agency represents the Government’s long-term commitment to rebuild the region long after the flood waters have receded. Read the Prime Minister's Full Media Release HERE.
$300 Million to Help Northern Queensland Farmers Get Back to Business Faster. Read the Prime Minister's Full Media Release HERE.
North Queensland Disaster response survey HERE.
Primary producers in North Queensland can now access disaster grants $25,000 up to $75,000 to assist with recovery efforts. Click HERE for further information.
Disaster assistance loans of up to $250,000 low interest may be available to those whose assets have been significantly damaged as a direct result. Information HERE. For essential working capital loans up to $100,000, see HERE.
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