'Admit you got it wrong': BOM blasted as livestock offloaded, causing 'chaos'

Layton Holley
Updated December 5 2023 - 3:13pm, first published November 30 2023 - 3:06pm
Bungowannah beef farmer Andrew Watson said the sour livestock sentiment is the fault of El Nino prediction. Picture by James Wiltshire
Bungowannah beef farmer Andrew Watson said the sour livestock sentiment is the fault of El Nino prediction. Picture by James Wiltshire

A Border beef farmer has blamed early El Nino predictions for the massive downturn in livestock prices.

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Layton Holley

Layton Holley

Journalist

Layton is a journalist at The Border Mail. He is interested in profiles, features, and hard news. If you have a story please reach out to him at layton.holley@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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