Philippe Perez, The Standard

Philippe Perez

The Standard

Ballarat, VIC, Australia

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

Recent articles by Philippe:

Most cattle of all weights sell for cheaper prices at Mortlake

Local buyers took advantage of cheap cattle, with feedlots being 'full' → Read More

Ballarat district farmers call on potato processors to take on more risk amid shortages

Potato growers will 'wait and see' how this years' harvest turns out. → Read More

Prices fall back to 2021 levels at Hamilton's all breed feature weaner sale

Angus and Herefords the most dominant breeds for sale. → Read More

Packed gallery at WVLX Mortlake's first feature weaner sale for 2023

Mix of local and NSW interest for cattle at Mortlake's feature weaner sale. → Read More

Birregurra Premier Weaner Sale finds healthy local competition at Colac saleyards

Most vendors also comfortable with prices, with drops anticipated. → Read More

Large selection of weaner cattle expected for February sales at CVLX Ballarat with prices falling back slightly

Stock agents expect cattle may fall back slightly in prices compared to previous years. → Read More

Ava Rooney says young people are keen to head to saleyards more than ever

Rearing and looking after cattle has been a "great experience". → Read More

Timboon's Makayla Hein sold her first pen of cattle at Mortlake

Mikayla Hein, Timboon, sold her first ever pen of cattle at the December Mortlake sale, which were 11 Angus grown steers, 372kg, for 418c/kg or $1556. Picture by Philippe Perez. Timboon's Mikayla Hein's day job as a civil engineer keeps her occupied but her close connections to farming have come full circle after selling her first lot of cattle at last week's Mortlake store sale. → Read More

Consultant Cam Nicholson calls for farmers to keep connected and recognise emotional impacts of floods in decision making

Three factors are crucial for on-farm decision making after floods subside. → Read More

Consultant Cam Nicholson calls for farmers to keep connected and recognise emotional impacts of floods in decision making

Three factors are crucial for on-farm decision making after floods subside. → Read More

Cattle fall back significantly at SWVLX Warrnambool, but local interest in cattle is strong

Wet weather continues to keep many cattle away from Warrnambool. → Read More

Bairnsley Highland cattle stud in Gisborne fetches world record price at spring online sale

Record sale indication of surging demand in Highland cattle. → Read More

Victorian Farmers Federation president candidates begin their campaigning

Three candidates have begun to hit their strides in campaigning for VFF president. → Read More

Stock agents and CVLX work together to raise funds for Ballarat SES

Amount of $6,750 exceeded expectations at saleyards. → Read More

More services in advance decision-making more important than ever for farmers

Planfarm Advisory business advisor Dan Toohey says planning way ahead of disasters is integral to a farmers business. Picture supplied. Farmers are tapping into the growing interest in expert advisory advice across the agriculture sector, with farmers eager to tap into a wealth of knowledge on how to tackle the future month sin the wake of recent flooding. → Read More

2022 Victorian election: Questions asked over Western Renewables Link at Ripon forum

VFF hosted forum which also canvassed issues included housing, rates and health. → Read More

2022 Victorian election: Questions asked over Western Renewables Link is at Ripon forum

VFF hosted forum which also canvassed issues included housing, rates and health. → Read More

New launch of a reusable satellite smart ear tag looks to improve performance in cattle management

Satellite technology for stock tags now helping with more than disease prevention. → Read More

Cropper Simon Coutts tells of Carisbrook flooding damaging fencing and crops

Concerns about getting machinery onto paddocks in upcoming months. → Read More

National Agritourism Conference launch new framework to assist the growth of on-farm agritourism

Toolkits for farmers and local governments into agritourism also launched. → Read More