News Image This month Graziher magazine shares the story behind Cattlesales.com.au in their spring edition…"Running households, living on cattle stations and operating the country's first national advertising website solely for cattle, Annabelle Woods and Elisha Parker are taking multi-tasking to a new level. Meet the women who just single-handedly redefined what is possible in...

News Image AuctionsPlus assessors can now utilise the data feed that links to www.cattlesales.com.au to pre-advertise sale cattle.What is it ? The data feed is simply a form of sharing information between the two websites. The feed takes the information from an AuctionsPlus listing and turns it into a listing on Cattlesales.com.au offering an additional marketing tool and saving...

News Image Type 1 road trains travelling into Rockhampton from the west will have access to Rockhampton abattoirs from 1 July 2017 without having to unhook a trailer or crossload at Central Queensland Livestock Exchange - CQLX at Gracemere. Operators can apply immediately to the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator with operations to commence from 1 July 2017. Restricted operating...

News Image Looking to buy cattle? When perusing cattle for sale on www.cattlesales.com.au you can utilise the Save function that allows you to save listings and later return to the site to view cattle you are interested in without re-searching.This function also allows easy comparison between mobs in the Saved Listings section of your account simply by logging into your account...

News Image Australian cattle buyers are now savvier than ever, they have specific needs and they have their finger on the pulse in a competitive marketplace. The one thing buyers don't always have is time… and that is why we offer cattle buyers the 'Set Cattle Alert' function within the website.Setting a cattle alert is a simple, free and easy to use function that allows buyers...

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