30 AUG - 1 SEPT 2017

Toowoomba Showgrounds

Presented by: Australian Events - FREECALL 1800 671 588

30TH AUGUST - 1ST SEPTEMBER 2017

TOOWOOMBA SHOWGROUNDS

Wednesday 9am - 5pm. Thursday 9am - 5pm. Friday 9am - 4pm. Adults $10, Aged Senior Card $8, Children free with an Adult.
FREE return passes available. Please Note: NO dogs or pets allowed - Conditions Of Entry.

30TH AUGUST - 1ST SEPTEMBER 2017

TOOWOOMBA SHOWGROUNDS

Wednesday 9am - 5pm. Thursday 9am - 5pm. Friday 9am - 4pm. Adults $10, Aged Senior Card $8, Children free with an Adult.
FREE return passes available. Please Note: NO dogs or pets allowed - Conditions Of Entry.

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Nominations extended for All Breeds’ sale

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Eight cattle breeds feature among the 147 entries received for the inaugural Toowoomba Spring Classic All Breed Sale on September 1, but there is room for more.

The sale will be a highlight of the inaugural Queensland Beef Expo to be held at the Toowoomba Showground from 1st – 3rd September 2016.

Second air cargo of live cattle arrive in China

Elders exported 150 head of Australian slaughter-ready cattle into Chongqing airport in Southwest China last October and 184 head landed at Zhengzhou City today, in the second shipment.

ELDERS has landed a second air shipment of Australian live slaughter-ready cattle into China after taking on board lessons learned from its first export experience in the large and emerging beef market.

Western mayors applaud Oakey Beef rail upgrade

Mayors from Southwest Regional Economic Development (RED) today thanked Transport Minister, Hon Sterling Hinchcliffe, for listening to their calls for rail upgrades on the western line.

Southwest RED has been fighting for the upgrades for several years. Chair and Mayor of Paroo, Cr Lindsay Godfrey, said it was energising to actually see a commitment on a project they have been advocating hard for.

Oakey processing plant expansion on cards as Government funds rail upgrade

A major expansion of a Darling Downs abattoir is now likely to go ahead, with the Queensland Government committing $2.5 million dollars to upgrade rail sidings in south-west Queensland.

The Government will also reopen part of an old branch line to allow direct live cattle deliveries to Oakey Beef Exports, west of Toowoomba.

The company is planning a $60 million expansion that will create 500 new jobs and almost double production to 11,500 head of cattle per week.

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