S3 Ep9: Cattle market replace, with Chris Howie & Matt Dalgleish


Australian younger cattle and slaughter cattle costs have continued to descend since our opening markets abstract podcast with common commentators, Stockco’s Chris Howie and Ep3’s Matt Dalgleish  again in late January. Two months on, are we close to the underside of the value cycle? Is there nonetheless a option to go? What impression will the forecast drier winter have on cattle provide and demand?

Matt Dalgleish


Are processors going to have the ability to cope (labour sensible) with bigger numbers of slaughter cattle? If not, what occurs to costs? These and different questions are posed in at this time’s cattle market replace podcast by Weekly Grill host, Kerry Lonergan.

Different matters embody the quickly altering circumstances within the US beef manufacturing cycle, China demand and different potential headwinds and tailwinds.

Chris Howie


Earlier episodes:

  • Genetics innovator Tom Bull
  • MLA’s analysis, growth and adoption supervisor, Mick Crowley
  • Andy Hearnden, government chef with beef processor Kilcoy International Meals in Queensland.
  • Low Stress Inventory Dealing with founder Jim Lindsay
  • NT Cattlemens Affiliation president David Connolly
  • Kimberley Meat Co chief, David Larkin
  • Beef Central’s man-on-the-ground in Indonesia, Ross Ainsworth
  • Meat processing legend, Trevor Lee
  • Working canine legend Frank Finger
  • New Federal Agriculture Minister, Murray Watt
  • Wagyu Affiliation president and 2022 Zanda McDonald award winner, Charlie Perry
  • Newest cattle market wrap with TEM’s Matt Dalgleish and Stockco’s Chris Howie
  • Cattle Baron Peter Hughes
  • ALFA president Barb Madden
  • Writer and rural id Sally Warriner
  • Australia’s chief vet Mark Schipp, on Lumpy Pores and skin Illness and different key biosecurity points
  • Herron Todd White’s Tim Lane
  • RCS’s Terry McCosker on carbon
  • Beef processing plant supervisor Wasa Mudannayake
  • Head of asset efficiency for Macquarie Group’s MIRA Agriculture division, together with Paraway Pastoral Co, Jock Whittle
  • Veteran beef trade chief David Crombie
  • Beef Central’s common dwell export market commentator and columnist Dr Ross Ainsworth
  • Cattle market wrap with TEM’s Matt Dalgleish and Stockco’s Chris Howie
  • Australian meat Trade Council’s Patrick Hutchinson
  • Agriculture Minister  David Littleproud
  • Council of Australia president Markus Rathsmann
  • Patrick Warmoll, the boss of Jack’s Creek Wagyu
  • Veteran pastoral firm government Roger Halliwell
  • Retired non-packer beef exporter, Richard Rains
  • Carbon buying and selling knowledgeable Toby Grogan from Influence Agriculture
  • Purple Meat Advisory Council chair John McKillop
  • Stud cattle exhibiting identities Gary Noller and Rob Sinnamon
  • Veteran Victorian cattle purchaser David Ronalds
  • Beef processing legend ACC’s David Foote
  • Stay export class motion facilitator Tracey Hayes
  • Signature Beef’s Blair Angus
  • Consolidated Pastoral Co chief and Livecorp chairman Troy Setter
  • Diet scientist and MLA board member Manny Noakes
  • CCA unbiased northern and southern administrators Alice Greenup and Olivia Lawson
  • Australian Agricultural Co head Hugh Killen
  • Sydney unbiased purple meat retailer Stephen Kelly
  • lotfeeder Charlie Mort
  • Processor and provide chain supervisor, Terry Nolan
  • Livestock transport operator Ross Fraser
  • Natural provide chain supervisor Alister Ferguson




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