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Bryce Eishold

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Victoria, Australia

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Past:
  • FarmOnline
  • The Land
  • Bendigo Advertiser
  • The Standard

Past articles by Bryce:

Mecardo ag analyst Olivia Agar says the red meat sector should remain optimistic

Despite the looming FMD threat, there are a number of positives red meat producers should keep in mind. → Read More

Royal Melbourne Show foot and mouth biosecurity plans get Victorian chief vet approval

Victoria's top vet says the situation with FMD and the Melbourne Royal Show is being reviewed daily. → Read More

Firearm laws will require farmers to install purpose-built safes to 'strengthen' safety

New gun laws which come into effect on August 30 will require farmers to install purpose-built gun safes. → Read More

Firearm laws will require farmers to install purpose-built safes to 'strengthen' safety

New gun laws which come into effect on August 30 will require farmers to install purpose-built gun safes. → Read More

Lamb and sheep volumes drop across eastern markets as prices slide

A look at how the lamb and mutton market is playing out. → Read More

GRAPHIC PHOTOS: Lambs killed in horror domestic dog attack as farmer pleads for owners to lock up their dogs

The lambs were killed at the property north of Lancefield. → Read More

Gippsland farmer Sari Williams thinks she might have the heaviest steer

Bandit the steer came to keep the grass down, but has since became part of the establishment. → Read More

Wodonga Hereford National Show success for Mawarra stud

The latest results from the 57th annual Herefords Australia National Show at Wodonga, Vic. → Read More

Wodonga cows with calves sell to $4800 at feature sale

Agents yarded about 2500 cattle at Wodonga on Thursday. → Read More

Karoonda Park bulls hit $42,000 top, $12,250 average

The Victorian stud recorded a 95 per cent clear rate. → Read More

Team Te Mania females hit $5630 in multi-vendor commercial sale

The sale included cattle from 11 vendors. → Read More

Mortlake light steers to 816c/kg as grown steers soar past $3000

Northern restocking orders and demand among several feedlotters underpinned Mortlake's store cattle sale in western Victoria on Thursday as light-weight steer weaner calves regularly passed 750 cents a kilogram. → Read More

Leongatha, Wodonga, Mortlake top list for the most cattle sold

Only one saleyard reported an increase in cattle throughput. → Read More

Warrnambool agent Josh McDonald won the 2021 ALPA Young Auctioneer Competition

Livestock agent Josh McDonald wins young auctioneer state final. → Read More

Gallery: Victoria's best auctioneers go head-to-head at Pakenham

Watch the young auctioneers sell here. → Read More

Wangaratta weaner heifers to 742c/kg, $4.4 million in cattle sold

Agents yarded 2100 heifers at Wangaratta on Friday. → Read More

Stock & Land Beef Week day eight photos

Check out some of the photos from Victorian and SA studs. → Read More

Stock & Land Beef Week day six photos

Check out the gallery from day six of Stock & Land Beef Week. → Read More

Carbon assessed cattle enter saleyards

Rodda Manning sold 700 carbon assessed cattle at Wangaratta, Victoria. → Read More

Victorian weaner sales gross $140 million in just two weeks

Check out where the biggest Victorian weaner sales were. → Read More