The Australian Livestock Markets' Association is the peak national advocacy body working to improve the long term sustainability of the saleyard and lairage industry in Australia.

~ALMA

The auction system that operates in saleyards is an important component of the Australian agriculture sector with transactions setting the current market benchmark in quality and price.

~ALMA

The Australian Saleyards Industry Video Series

Australian Saleyards

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Upcoming Events

May
21
Tue
all-day CWLE Sheep Sale @ Forbes Central West Livestock Exchange
CWLE Sheep Sale @ Forbes Central West Livestock Exchange
May 21 all-day
10AM START
8:30 am Warwick Cattle Sale @ Warwick Saleyards
Warwick Cattle Sale @ Warwick Saleyards
May 21 @ 8:30 am
Please check with your local agent or facility to confirm sale dates.
9:00 am CRLX Cattle Sale @ Corangamite Regional Livestock Exchange
CRLX Cattle Sale @ Corangamite Regional Livestock Exchange
May 21 @ 9:00 am
Prime Cattle Sales are conducted weekly on a Tuesday starting at 9:00am (excluding public holidays).  Curfew is Monday at 9:00 pm. Calf sales conducted on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 10.30am
May
27
Mon
all-day CWLE Weekly Cattle Sale @ Forbes Central West Livestock Exchange
CWLE Weekly Cattle Sale @ Forbes Central West Livestock Exchange
May 27 all-day
CATTLE SALE 9AM START
8:00 am Tamworth Prime Cattle Sale @ Tamworth Regional Livestock Exchange TRLX
Tamworth Prime Cattle Sale @ Tamworth Regional Livestock Exchange TRLX
May 27 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
 
9:00 am WVLX Mortlake Prime Cattle Sale @ Western Victoria Livestock Exchange
WVLX Mortlake Prime Cattle Sale @ Western Victoria Livestock Exchange
May 27 @ 9:00 am
Prime cattle sales are every Monday @9:00am excluding public holidays

What the hub is
The National Biosecurity Training Hub was established in response to rising pressures on Australia’s biosecurity system with concurrent responses to animal, aquatic, environmental, plant and natural disaster incidents across the country driving the need to build and support biosecurity preparedness and response capacity and capability.

Created to address the need for a centralised, coordinated approach to national biosecurity training, the Hub provides a national repository of online biosecurity training for industry, government and community, connecting biosecurity training providers across Australia. Visit the hub here.

Is the animal fit to load?

When transporting livestock, it’s essential that they are prepared and managed in a way that reduces stress and minimises risks to animal welfare.

Producers, agents, transporters and buyers must understand their roles and responsibilities when transporting livestock to comply with the Australian Animal Welfare Standards and Guidelines for the Land Transport of Livestock and relevant state and territory legislation. To view the guide click here.

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