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Abstract

The number of beef and dairy cattle in Australia increased by only 1.9% from 32.8 million to 33.4 million in 1975-76 as a consequence of record slaughterings arising mainly from the collapse of the beef market and drought, particularly in Southern Australia. Sheep and lamb numbers declined to 149.1 ...

Publisher
5 Elizabeth Street., Sydney, N.S.W., Australia
Citation
Tenth annual report year ended June 30, 1976., 1976, pp 159pp.
Abstract

The Australian cattle population increased by 6.7% reaching 29.2 million on March 31, 1973; the increase was in beef cattle, the dairy cattle population remaining the same as last year (4 million). The sheep population showed a further decrease of 12.8% and was 142.1 million. Summaries are...

Citation
Seventh annual report, year ended June 30, 1973., 1973, pp 132pp.