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NT cattle and buffalo booked for first Longreach sale in years

A REVAMPED Western Queensland saleyards is set to hold its first sale in a long time, with the majority of 4,500 head coming down from the Northern Territory.

Prominent saleyard operators, AAM Investment Group, put a 30-year lease on the Longreach facility in 2017 before revamping it last year with the view of holding regular sales. The facility stopped holding regular sales in 2013 when drought set in Western Queensland.

Boyd Curran

Aside from two special sales in 2019, AAM has struggled to have regular sales in the yards for various reasons. Last month, it was set to revive the regular…

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