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  • Click here for to view this week’s key sale information including dates and catalogues for all upcoming stud sales across South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland.
  • Entries are currently being received for the 2017 Australian Fleece Competition. The Australian Fleece Competition is the largest fully measured fleece competition in the world and showcases a range of fleeces, representing every state and a wide range of breeds and microns.
  • A summary of top prices in the South East Region of Australia including Southern NSW, Vic & SAA summary of top prices in the South East Region of Australia including Southern NSW, Vic & SA.
  • Record Lamb Price2 February 2017
    On Tuesday, Ballarat had an outstanding result with their lamb sale.
  • Offered on AuctionsPlus, don’t miss the opportunity to secure large lines of well-bred lambs from North East Victoria, bred specifically to target specialised lamb finishers and feedlotters.
  • Congratulations to Jake Smith of Landmark Roma, winner of the 2016 Queensland ALPA Young Auctioneer award.
  • Landmark in conjunction GDL offered 3,000 head of Angus X, Santa X and Charolais X cattle at the Gall Family herd dispersal at the Roma Saleyards Friday July 29, 2016.
  • On AuctionsPlus, Friday the 22nd of July a Non- Wagu record price was paid for young light weight “Organic” weaner steers.
  • For the first time in Australian Fleece Competition history, a commercial fleece has won the prestigious Grand Champion prize.
  • The Gall Family, Taroom - Herd Dispersal Friday 29th July
  • A cold drizzly day at Ballarat on Friday 17th June saw prices we’ve never seen before!
  • Landmark is delighted to present the 2016 Wagyu Fullblood 100% International Sale. With a broad range of world’s best Wagyu genetics on offer we are confident this sale offers something for everyone.
  • This year’s Landmark Supreme Toowoomba Horse Sale will feature 122 Yearlings, 42 Broodmares, 143 Ridden Horses. Held at the Indoor Arena of the Toowoomba Showgrounds. Commencing at 9am Saturday, 30th April & Sunday, 1st May 2016.
  • Entries are currently being received for the 2016 Australian Fleece Competition. Run jointly by Landmark, AWTA and the Australian Sheep Breeders Association, the competition forms part of the Australian Sheep and Wool Show, held in Bendigo July 15th - 17th.
  • The 2016 NCWSBA Wool Broker Award to recognise excellence in service to woolgrowers has just been launched.
  • Congratulations to Matthew Thomas Landmark, North East Region. The Winner of the 2015 National Council Of Wool Selling Brokers Australia (NCWSBA), Wool Broker Award.
  • Georgina & Hamish Wallace, from Trefusis Merino Stud, Ross, Tasmania, have taken out the Grand Champion Fleece title at the Australian Fleece Competition in Bendigo with a Superfine Merino fleece.
  • The annual Landmark Classic Campdraft and Performance Horse Sale was held in Tamworth last week. The event, now in its eighth year, continues to grow from strength to strength with sale results at this year’s event setting a new benchmark in horse sales.
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    Landmark congratulates Angus Laurie on winning the 2014 ALPA & Fairfax Agricultural Media Marketing Award and Brendan Wade on being awarded as an ALPA life member.
  • The Equine Multi Cover Insurance policy is a multi level cover policy which provides a basic mortality cover with a number of automatic additional covers thrown in as standard.
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    The second annual Landmark Beef Championships was held last weekend at the AELEC facility in Tamworth from Friday 29th – Sunday 31st August.
  • Phil & Kim Hartwich, from Mt Challicum Merino Stud, have taken out the Grand Champion Fleece title at the Australian Fleece Competition in Bendigo with an Ultrafine Merino fleece.
  • Landmark is proud to present the 2014 Landmark Beef Championships, to be held at the Australian Equine and Livestock Events Centre Tamworth and Tamworth Regional Livestock Exchange from Friday 29th – Sunday 31st of August 2014.
  • Herefords Australia is holding a charity auction as a fundraiser for the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service at Wodonga.
  • The Royal Agricultural Society of NSW Sydney Angus Bull and Female Sale will be held Saturday 12th April, 2014 at the RAS Sale Amphitheatre.
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    Landmark’s inaugural Tamworth Beef Championships drew more than 100 competitors aged 12 to 19 in a celebration of youth in the Australian beef industry.
  • Please take the time to complete the Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) and Australian Wool Innovation (AWI) wool and sheepmeat survey for October 2013. The information collected enables the analysis of recent decisions and realigned intentions of producers to put towards developing better forward looking information.
  • Landmark has recently expanded the range of the services we offer to Australian primary producers.
  • At the recent Australian Wool & Sheep Show in Bendigo, Landmark’s Stuart Hodgson sold a Merino ram on behalf of Georgina Wallace from Ross in Tasmania for $25,000.
  • Landmark Harcourts will help connect urban Brisbane consumers with the origins of their food at this year’s Ekka.
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    The Wurrook Merino Stud at Rokewood, Victoria, has taken out the Grand Champion Fleece title at the Australian Fleece Competition in Bendigo with an extra superfine Merino fleece.
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    Unjoined Angus Heifers required for export order, please contact your local Landmark branch.
  • Hillcreston Pinehill partnership of Bigga, NSW have continued their success in producing traditional superfine wool this week in Sydney.
  • It has been an exceptionally busy last few months for the team at Landmarks Harcourts.
  • Australia’s richest cattle show is coming to Tamworth’s Australian Equine Livestock and Events Centre from October 7 to 9.
  • On July 1 a new national OJD Plan comes into effect that enables producers to take greater responsibility for biosecurity.Central to the plan is a new simplified sheep health statement giving producers a greater level of information to make informed buying decisions. Click here to read more...
  • Landmark’s Livestock team is proud to introduce the Landmark Beef Championships, a Led Cattle Competition and Prime Cattle Sale to be held at the AELEC facility in Tamworth from the 7th – 9th October 2013.
  • Landmark’s Livestock team is proud to introduce the Landmark Beef Championships, a Led Cattle Competition and Prime Cattle Sale to be held at the AELEC facility in Tamworth from the 7th – 9th October 2013.
  • At the recent Irelands Angus sale held on property at Book Book in NSW stud owners Corey & Prue Ireland and Family sold Irelands Galaxy G43 for a new Australian record $117,500.
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    At the recent Irelands Angus sale held on property at Book Book in NSW stud owners Corey & Prue Ireland and Family sold Irelands Galaxy G43 for a new Australian record $117,500.
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    Well known NSW South West Slopes property "Cooininee" will conduct their Weaner sale on Friday 22nd March on Auctions Plus. 850 Angus Steers and 650 Angus Heifers will be offered. All cattle are "one mark" vendor breed and of outstanding quality. All calves have been yard weaned for one week, then trough fed from 30th January 2013. Cattle will be offered in deck lots.
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    Well known NSW South West Slopes property "Cooininee" will conduct their Weaner sale on Friday 22nd March on Auctions Plus. 850 Angus Steers and 650 Angus Heifers will be offered. All cattle are "one mark" vendor breed and of outstanding quality. All calves have been yard weaned for one week, then trough fed from 30th January 2013. Cattle will be offered in deck lots.
  • As part of Landmark’s continued investment into growing the Landmark footprint, Landmark have acquired the Agri Services SA business.
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    Annual production sale to feature on AuctionsPlus comprising 700 Angus Steers (August/September 2012 drop) and 300 Angus Heifers (August/September 2012 drop) from leading Angus sires. All calves have been yard weaned, and individually weighed.
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    Annual production sale to feature on AuctionsPlus comprising 700 Angus Steers (August/September 2012 drop) and 300 Angus Heifers (August/September 2012 drop) from leading Angus sires. All calves have been yard weaned, and individually weighed.
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    Recently Landmark Global Exports participated in “AgroFarm”, the international exhibition for animal husbandry and animal breeding held in Moscow at the All-Russian Exhibition Centre.
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    Recently Landmark Global Exports participated in “AgroFarm”, the international exhibition for animal husbandry and animal breeding held in Moscow at the All-Russian Exhibition Centre.
  • Restockers seeking quality Shorthorn and Angus genetics paid to a top of $1250 for joined females at the single biggest herd dispersal seen at Wagga Wagga saleyards for 20 years.
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    Renowned Angus and Shorthorn cattle using superior genetics from Spry’s Shorthorns andReiland, Hazeldean and Rennylea Angus studs. All cows are PTIC. All calves have been yard weaned in January and injected with 8 in 1 and heifer calves with Leptoshield.
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    Landmark Country Calves off to a beefy start, click here to read more on the Hamilton and Casterton Weaner Steer sales wrap up.
  • Australia’s national soil databases can now be accessed in real time online through a new iPad app called SoilMapp.
  • 24 October 2012
    Landmark opens largest fertiliser depot in rural NSW
  • Cotton and broadacre farmers from Inverell to Walgett and Goondiwindi to Gunnedah will benefit from having fertiliser supply readily available in northern New South Wales thanks to a new bulk fertiliser depot opened by leading agribusiness company Landmark today.
  • Landmark Wool continues to break World records by recently selling the finest bale of wool ever to be offered at auction.
  • Young beef cattle enthusiasts are encouraged to apply for the Matthew George young stockman award.
  • A Superfine Merino fleece from Grassy Creek Merino Stud at Reids Flat, in the Southern Slopes region of New South Wales, has taken out the Grand Champion Fleece title at the Australian Fleece Competition, currently being held in Bendigo, Victoria.
  • The Landmark Australian Country Football Council’s Championships is a biennial event which brings together spectators, officials and the country’s best regional and rural Australian Rules Footballers
  • With a line up of 87 quality competition horses on offer, all eyes will be on Landmark’s second annual Paradise Lagoons Performance Horse Sale at the Acton family property just outside Rockhampton.
  • Leading agribusiness company Landmark is embarking on its single biggest corporate partnership through a major investment in the national, not-for-profit organisation, Future Farmers Network (FFN).
  • Landmark congratulates Joel Fleming, Landmark Stud Stock, on winning the 2012 ALPA National Young Auctioneers competition, as well as the NAB Team Shield, with Dale Kirchen from Longreach for the highest combined score
  • CropLife Australia is very pleased to announce that Landmark Proprietary Products Group (PPG), which covers the Genfarm and Loveland crop protection product brands, is now a corporate member of the organisation.
  • Landmark has become a National Community Partner of Australian Red Cross, with the partnership agreement forming a major part of Landmark’s longer-term community support platform.
  • On Thursday 8th December at 11.30am, the 7th annual North East Victorian lamb sale will take place through AuctionsPlus.
  • So why are insurance premiums rising now - and nationally?
  • 810 Red & Grey Brahman Bulls SOLD. Sale result was good considering the upheaval in the northern livestock industry.
  • Landmark Pitzen Holbrook client Kanimbla Poll Hereford Stud performed extremely well at this years Melbourne Royal Show.
  • 13th & 14th September 2011 - Gracemere Selling Complex, Rockhampton
  • Over 190 people turned out for the Merino 2020 conference in Wagga on the 19th and 20th of August.
  • Elite fleeces donated from the Australian Sheep and Wool show fleece competition raised $14,000 for Camp Quality on 17 August 2011.
  • Star Park Quarter Horses, Mr. Ken Cullen of Wondai QLD sold Lot 78, an exceptional 4 year old chestnut mare known as “Cdees Mystic Spin,” to top the 2011 Landmark Paradise Lagoons Performance Sale Horse at $27,000.
  • Landmark's sponsorship in this year's Merino 2020 Conference, held from 18-20 August 2011, shows our commitment to Merino producers
  • An Extra Superfine Merino fleece from Yoorooga Merino Stud at Tenterfield, in the Northern Tablelands region of New South Wales, has taken out the Grand Champion Fleece title
  • 3,500 Santa Gertrudis & Composite (Santa Cross with Senepol/Charolais) Quality Breeders
  • Landmark will be working with all its fertiliser suppliers to ensure its customers have the products they need, following the appointment of administrators and receivers to Hi-Fert on 26 May.
  • The 19th annual Lynoch reputation sale held last week grossed an impressive $1,100,000 from nearly 1700 head of cattle.
  • The 11th Australian Fleece Competition is now open for woolgrowers across Australia to enter, as one of the key features of the Australian Sheep & Wool Show in Bendigo, Victoria 15-17 July 2011.
  • 25 March 2011
    Cash flow in farming, like many businesses, can be a challenge. That’s why Landmark has developed its deferred terms offer
  • The Dubbo Beef Spectacular was the venue for the official launch of the new AngusOnline auction system dedicated to the sale and purchase of Angus and Angus influenced cattle.
  • Landmark and Harcourts have announced that they have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) regarding the establishment of a joint venture business for the marketing of rural and regional real estate in Australia.
  • 11 February 2011
    The Landmark Classic Campdraft Sale has once again proven itself to be the premier performance horse sale in the nation with vendors and purchasers travelling from all mainland states and territories to attend.
  • The Wool market has begun 2011 in impressive style, with the EMI lifting to 20 year highs.
  • Landmark has raised a further $174,000 to be donated to the Australian Red Cross, following a charity auction conducted at its annual Landmark Rewards client dinner.
  • The Angus Society of Australia in partnership with Landmark will soon launch a new online auction system for the sale and purchase of Angus cattle.
  • In what is a new national record set at the Ballarat saleyards last Tuesday, second cross lambs made a top price of $216 per head.
  • Landmark’s livestock division is conducting a fundraising initiative to offer clients the opportunity to donate livestock or the proceeds from the sale of livestock towards helping regional communities around Australia affected by floods.
  • If you are a commercial or stud dairy and beef cattle producer, you might want to keep an eye out for the latest publication from Landmark: The Landmark Livestock Informer.
  • Rural services company Landmark, will donate $100,000 to the Australian Red Cross to assist with its emergency relief efforts currently directed to many parts of Queensland, and likely to be wider as flooding occurs elsewhere.
  • Do you have 2010 drop weaner steers or heifers ready for sale? All breeds, all weight categories? Located somewhere in south-eastern Australia?
  • Landmark achieved gross sale proceeds of $1,591,098 for its clients at the annual Naracoorte calf sale over 9-10 December, the company representing some 38% of the yarding with 1,746 steers and 402 heifers on offer from a total of 5,734 mixed-sex calves.
  • Landmark last week held its annual north-east Victoria lamb sale via the AuctionsPlus online selling system – the perfect way to conduct a sale when weather conditions mean that mustering and transporting stock, and even physically getting to a traditional sale would be difficult.
  • Agrium completes acquisition of AWB
  • Cattle producers across Western Australia are set to benefit with the introduction of Landmark Breeding Services, which will offer a full suite of bovine breeding services to dairy and beef cattle producers, along with the promotion and sale of seed stock genetics nationally and internationally.
  • On Thursday 30 November, for the first time in Queensland (and only the second time in Australia) horses will be offered for sale on AuctionsPlus.
  • On Wednesday, 27 October, Landmark conducted an outstanding cattle sale on behalf of vendors Lanstal Park, using the AuctionsPlus method of sale.
  • The P.B Fenech Brahman sale on 23 October was once again a major success, involving Landmark’s stud stock teams from Rockhampton, Dalby, Toowoomba, Gympie and Mackay.
  • One of the biggest sales of pure Shorthorn cattle from southern Western Australia is coming up through the AuctionsPlus system on Wednesday, 27 October.
  • With the vendor attending a meeting in Melbourne, his cattle in the Kimberley, and buyers in the Eastern States, 1500 cattle were sold last week in a matter of minutes.
  • In its 33rd year, Rockhampton’s renowned Brahman Week was impressive as always, attracting a top price of $42,500 and grossing an overall sum of $4,884,750.
  • Under the watchful eye of three experienced auctioneer judges, Hayden Rogers from Wangaratta and Miles Pfitzner from Hamilton proudly represented Landmark at this year’s ALPA Victorian Young Auctioneers Competition held at the Royal Melbourne Show on 19 September 2010.
  • Landmark Ballarat were the conducting agents of the highly successful Windsong Valley Alpaca Stud herd dispersal sale on 19 September.
  • Woolgrower Michael Blake from Hamilton in Victoria was announced Wool Producer of the Year at the inaugural Australian Farmer of the Year awards in Sydney on 21 September.
  • Landmark is taking a major step forward in wool promotion with “Wool4”, a marketing program for Australian wool based around high Australian standards for animal welfare and wool production.
  • Seven signature properties have just become available through Landmark on behalf of Clyde Agriculture, so it’s worth considering the investment you might make.
  • An outstanding offering of 600 commercial Shorthorn and Shorthorn cross cattle, all carrying Spry’s genetics.
  • 3,000 AACo breeders took our Roma selling team 75 minutes to sell, with the breeders achieving above expectations.
  • Congratulations Beau Frame - Blackall and Anthony Ball - Mareeba, on your success in reaching the final of the 2010 ALPA Queensland Young Auctioneer competition.
  • Landmark will auction 3760 breeding cows and heifers from the Australian Agricultural Company in Roma on 20 August, presenting a very rare opportunity to obtain exceptional quality breeders from this source.
  • 3,760 Santa Gertrudis & Composite (Santa Cross with Senepol/Charolais) Quality Breeders. This represents a unique opportunity to acquire breeders of exceptional quality, which are not ordinarily available to the market.
  • Landmark is sponsoring the Wool Producer of the Year at the Kondinin Group and ABC Rural, inaugural Australian Farmer of the Year awards event.
  • What is quickly becoming a highlight on the annual sales calendar, the second Landmark Paradise Lagoons Performance Horse Sale, did not disappoint with an offering of 71 performance horses achieving a gross sale figure of $570,500.
  • Landmark is intending to donate $15,000 for breast cancer research, with the donation to come from the proceeds of a Friesian heifer shipment currently being assembled by Landmark Global Exports (LGE).
  • Last week saw three Poll Hereford Sales in the Tamworth Barraba area. Landmark performed exceptionally over the past week at 3 of the major Poll Hereford studs in the country.
  • An ultrafine Merino fleece from Conrayn Merino Stud at Berridale in the Monaro region of New South Wales has taken out the Grand Champion title at the Australian Fleece Competition, currently being held in Bendigo, Victoria.
  • A renewed interest in country talent, the desire to find the next star mature aged recruit and the need for 100 more AFL players is ensuring recruiters hone in on this year’s Landmark Australian National Country Championships.
  • Imagine travelling three thousand kilometres by troop carrier, bus and plane to play a game of football. It’s exactly what some of the players from the Kimberley Spirit team are doing to take part in this year’s Landmark Country Championships in Perth.
  • Could you shear sheep for 48 hours straight? With nothing more than meal breaks, the odd toilet stop, stretching and a spot of medical supervision?
  • It would be the 1st time such a large line of Damara / Damara infused, predominantly wether lambs have been offered in Qld. Bred in the Trap rock country around Karara S.E Qld from one of the largest CLEANSKIN Damara flocks in Qld / Australia.
  • After the success of the Landmark Classic in Tamworth and Paradise Lagoons in northern Queensland, Landmark is set to add a new and exciting concept to their calendar - the Landmark Yearling & Broodmare Sale and Challenge 2011.
  • Players from the South West Football league are looking forward to the chance to return to the top of country football at this year’s Landmark Country Championships following a disappointing 2009 campaign.
  • The 49th National Poll Hereford show and sale was held in Dubbo over the weekend of the 7th and 8th of June. Landmark's catalogue of bulls had a great showing. Landmark represented bulls took out the Junior Champion, Intermediate Champion, Reserve Intermediate Champion and Reserve Senior Champion, along with numerous other placings.
  • This time last year Shannon Cox was trying to stop the best forwards in the AFL from scoring. Now, after retiring as a defender for Collingwood, he’s returned to grassroots football and is preparing to help the Great Northern Football League stage a comeback into the top grade at this year’s Landmark Country Championships.
  • Australian wool exports are recovering slowly with the strongest rise being seen in exports of fine merino wool (19.5 micron and finer). The value of exports has lifted but the volume is being held back by low production, mainly of medium micron wool (20 to 26 micron)....
  • Victoria's largest and longest running wool forum is celebrating its 20th Annual Woolclassers Forum in Bendigo and will be opened with a recorded message by The Honourable Tony Burke MP Minster for Agriculture, Fisheries, Forestry & Minister for Population.
  • May's Edition of the Wool Economic Focus is now available. This month the Wool economic focus reports that demand conditions in the wool textile industry in the major processing countries have improved after a disappointing 2009.
  • A total of 969 head of excellent quality Droughtmaster heifers were offered at the Diamantina sale on the 21st May.
  • The Coricancha Alpaca Dispersal took place on the 22nd of May. The sale offered 111 head, with 70 buyer registrations from across Australia, Germany, England and New Zealand
  • Agribusiness real estate specialist, Landmark, has been appointed selling agents for almost 11,000 hectares of land developed for blue gum forestry in south-west Victoria and the south-east of South Australia.
  • SOUTHDOWN breeders from four states took the once-only chance to secure some of Australia's best breeding stock when the Southern Pastures stud was dispersed at Simpson last Friday.
  • Friday 30th April saw the Landmark Santa Gertrudis Female Sale, held at Headingly Sales complex. There were a total of 132 cattle offered with purchasers from 26 locations.
  • Spry's Shorthorn's Annual Autumn Bull Sale took place on the 28th April 2010. The sale included a select number of Females, totalling 55 head. The sale had a total of 59 registered buyers from Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia & Canada
  • AuctionsPlus provides the best of both worlds - a private sale and an auction sale at the same time. You retain full control of your stock while getting the benefit of an assured market value or better, protected by the reserve price, along with delivery on your property. View the latest edition of the AuctionsPlus newsletter.
  • Under the close supervision of two bicycle mechanics, 15 teams of three from Landmark’s insurance business recently put together 15 children's bikes in a time trial. The time trial was one of a number activities that the insurance business used at its annual conference to highlight how it keeps its promise to key stakeholders.
  • Barley growers are likely to sow over 400,000 hectares of Hindmarsh barley across Australia this year, which is a sign of their confidence in the variety, according to AWB Seeds.
  • Landmark Jackson of Geelong has sold the world’s finest ever bale of wool to be offered at auction, with the bale selling at the Melbourne Wool Sales for 170,000 cents per kilogram to Lempriere Australia, on behalf of Raymond Limited – one of the world’s largest integrated worsted suiting companies, based in India.
  • The world’s finest ever bale of merino wool, measuring an amazing 11.4 microns and of superior quality has been produced by ultrafine wool producers Robert, Pamela and Bradley Sandlant of Pyrenees Park in Victoria, Australia.
  • Solid domestic retail sales of wool clothing in China have been reported in the February edition of the Wool Economic Focus.
  • Landmark Operations and Apogee Imaging International have announced a strategic alliance to deliver the next generation of satellite imagery to agribusiness and rural communities across Australia.
  • ANZ proposed to acquire a loan book and a deposit book from Landmark Financial Services.
  • This year’s Landmark Classic Campdraft Sale grew 21% over last year, grossing $3,528,000. The two selling days featured a 10% increase in the number of horses offered for sale, averaging $9,939 per head from 355 horses sold.
  • Landmark's January Edition of the Wool Economic Focus has been released
  • Landmark has changed selected term investment interest rates effective 1st February 2010.
  • Landmark has changed selected term investment interest rates effective 1st February 2010.
  • Landmark changes rates on term investment products1 February 2010 Landmark has changed selected term investment interest rates effective 1st February 2010.
  • Landmark has changed selected term investment interest rates effective 1st February 2010.
  • To login to your Finance Online Plus account, Woolclip or Trade Accounts please read on.....
  • Australia’s history repeatedly tells the story of how fire can devastate property, lives and belongings. A farm is a business, a home and a way of life for farming families and fire can destroy all of this in a matter of minutes, as seen recently in Victoria.
  • The latest precision farming technology may be complex, but using it doesn’t have to be. Landmark’s Precision Farming Service takes the stress out of using precision farming tools and implementing variable spray rate technology.
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    Herbicide resistant annual ryegrass was a major headache for Wimmera grower Dean Wallis, until he made a slight change to his crop rotation and herbicide program.
  • New Water Tender18 December 2009
    Earlier this week, the Government announced water purchasing tenders will be conducted as part of its commitment to buy water from the market.
  • Australia’s leading agricultural services company, Landmark, has entered a new relationship with Australia & New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ)
  • Landmark has changed selected at-call and term investment interest rates effective 1st December 2009.
  • Helen Thomas, a primary producer from Manoora in South Australia’s mid-north, is the 2010 recipient of Landmark’s Nuffield scholarship. Helen will study integrated environmental management.
  • Some of Australia’s most sought after Brahman genetics were presented at last month’s annual PB Fenech Brahman Sale which exceeded all previous results by achieving a 100% clearance rate and a gross record of $1,027,500.
  • Landmark has changed selected at-call and term investment interest rates effective 1st November 2009
  • Agricultural services company Landmark is upgrading 63 stores in its regional Australian network, investing in local growth opportunities in all States.
  • The Broken Hill team are urgently seeking assistance for clients in the area who are currently experiencing their third extreme dust storm this week.
  • In the coming weeks the focus will clearly be on sowing WA’s vast expanse of broadacre annual crops and pastures. It’s a time when timeliness is of the essence and growers are well aware that every day’s delay in sowing can punish production and profits at the end of the year.
  • Year round vigilance, constant monitoring of paddocks and top quality herbicide application are the keys to controlling flaxleaf fleabane, according to a Landmark research team on the Darling Downs.
  • The need to increase productivity is driving Yeelanna graingrower Randall Wilksch to try a new precision farming service and adopt technologies that make more efficient use of the costly commodity that is fertiliser.
  • Landmark has changed selected term investment interest rates effective 1st September 2009.
  • Along with the best season they’ve seen for ten years, the team at Hillston are enjoying their newly upgraded workspace and merchandise showroom.
  • Managing climate and economic change was the theme for this year’s Sheepvention, the annual event held at the Hamilton Showground that brings together trade exhibitors, primary producers and a range of wool industry competitions.
  • With an increasing emphasis on water conservation and its value as a commodity, Landmark has appointed Adrian Peel as its first national water broker.
  • Woody, a 742 kilogram Charolais milk-tooth steer, will be auctioned in a bid to raise money for children at this year’s Royal Queensland Show; locally known as the Ekka Donated by the Price family of Mongool Charolais Stud, Yuleba in Queensland, Woody will be the star of Landmark's annual charity steer auction on Friday, 7 August.
  • Great results were witnessed last week at the inaugural Landmark Paradise Lagoons Performance Horse Sale which attracted over 400 people and grossed $315,500.
  • A superfine Merino ram fleece from Rock-Bank Merino Stud at Victoria Valley in the Western District of Victoria has taken out the Grand Champion title at the Australian Fleece Competition, currently being held in Bendigo, Victoria.
  • Following last year’s defeat at the hands of South West Football League, Upper Great Southern again claimed the Landmark WA Country Football Championships A-Section title.
  • The Goldfields Football League will be aiming to secure a rare A-section Grand Final appearance after defeating reigning champions South West on the opening day of the Landmark Country Football Championships on Thursday (July 9).
  • THE 2009 Landmark Country Football Championships kick off in Perth tomorrow, with the best players from country WA preparing to represent their leagues across three different divisions.
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    Landmark has invested in wheat breeding company HRZ Wheats Pty Ltd, one of the four main Australian wheat breeding companies
  • Landmark has changed selected term investment interest rates effective 25 June 2009
  • Lead domestic agent Landmark has commenced a national advertising campaign for 31 vineyards and 2 wineries owned by Foster’s Group Limited.
  • Landmark has changed selected term investment interest rates effective 1st June 2009.
  • Landmark has changed selected term investment interest rates effective 1st May 2009.
  • From 1 May 2009, customers who have Landmark transaction or savings accounts with VISA Debit cards attached, can now access an extensive network
  • Landmark Operations Limited (Landmark) today announced that it has taken a 50% shareholding in Regional Infrastructure Pty Ltd (RIPL), an Australian business development and asset management company.
  • Agribusiness real estate specialist, Landmark, has been appointed by Foster’s Group Limited as the lead domestic agent to handle the sale of 31 of its vineyards in Australia.
  • Paddy Coleman decided to take Sharon O’Keeffe’s advice on fertiliser rates for his 2009 winter wheat and barley crops, and why wouldn’t he?
  • Landmark has changed selected term investment interest rates effective 1st April 2009.
  • Ballarat’s 36th Annual Premier Weaner sale was held on Friday 27th February, where an increased yarding of 3953 head (3616 head in 2008) were sold to an average of $522 grossing over $2m.
  • ATM Direct charging commences on the 3 March 2009 and impacts the way all Australian use ATM’s to withdraw cash.
  • Landmark has changed selected at-call and term investment interest rates effective 1st March 2009.
  • 19 February 2009
    The line-up for Landmark's February Classic Campdraft sale included some of the best performance horse genetics available from the Australian Quarter Horse Association and Australian Stock Horse Society stud books.
  • Landmark has changed selected Term Investment interest rates effective 11th February 2009.
  • AWB bushfire response9 February 2009
    he AWB group of companies is offering both practical and financial assistance to farmers and rural communities affected by the bushfires that have caused so much damage and personal loss around the state.
  • A 450-strong line up of mares, geldings, colts and stallions is listed for sale at the second Landmark Classic Campdraft Sale at the new Tamworth Equine Centre in February.
  • Landmark has announced the following key appointments to its Queensland network.
  • Landmark has changed selected Term Investment interest rates effective 27th January 2009.
  • Casterton recently hosted what’s believed to be the largest single-agent sheep sale in Australia, with all sheep selling to rates above expectations. A big crowd turned out for the annual sale, with an exceptional yarding of 23,500 sheep and lambs.
  • Landmark's Ararat branch recently opened the doors of its new location, a purpose built retro-fit of an existing warehouse that is much bigger than its previous location and features a safer, more customer friendly environment.
  • The interest rate changes are effective 1 January 2009 and will apply to the following Landmark at-call transaction and savings accounts
  • AWB today announced it would immediately pass on the full 100 basis point reduction in official interest rates to its Harvest Finance customers.
  • Landmark is pleased to introduce to you the first step in our client paperwork review; the new-look Landmark ‘Account Statement’ with ‘Copy Tax Invoices’.
  • Landmark recently conducted its first client tour of the Chinese wool textile industry to provide our Australian wool growing clients with an understanding of the current situation, potential, and issues in the Chinese wool textile industry.
  • One of South Australia’s largest cattle stations, Victory Downs is holding its first sale of 2000 high quality Braford steers early next month at the Goondiwindi saleyards.
  • Southern Queensland farmer John Coggan, handed over the funds raised for vital organ transplant research at Brisbane’s Prince Charles Hospital on 11 November.
  • Summary of Key Interest Rate Change
  • Landmark Financial Services has changed the interest rates on selected at-call and term investment accounts.
  • Landmark Financial Services has changed the interest rates on selected at-call and term investment accounts.
  • Landmark, one of Australia’s largest agribusinesses, is reminding its customers to be on the alert for PC fraud.
  • Landmark Financial Services has changed the interest rates on selected at-call and term investment accounts.
  • 21 August 2008
    A huge crowd of over 700 people comprising 380 registered bidders fiercely competed for the 431 lots of modern, well maintained plant and equipment offered by Landmark Charleville and Roma on account of Allendale Cattle Company at a clearing sale Friday August 15 2008 on property “Allendale” Augathella.
  • Landmark has joined forces with The Nielsen Company (a global leader in market research) to facilitate this year’s Australian Agribusiness Survey by inviting Landmark customers to provide their valuable views and opinions.
  • Landmark Financial Services has changed the interest rates on selected term investment accounts.
  • Landmark is expanding its graduate recruitment program in 2008, targeting final-year students around Australia who are studying for a business related degree with an agricultural focus.
  • An extra superfine ewe fleece from the Auchen Dhu Stud, at Walcha in the northern tablelands of NSW, has taken out the Grand Champion title at the Australian Fleece Competition currently being held in Bendigo, Victoria.
  • On the back of 10 goals from Brad Hardingham, the South West Football League ended four years of dominance by Upper Great Southern to claim this year’s Landmark WA Country Football Championships A-Section title.
  • The world’s finest wool bale ever to be offered at auction achieved a seasonal record price of 269,000 cents per kilogram today.
  • Landmark, one of Australia’s leading agribusiness companies, has joined forces with leading Precision Agriculture supplier gps-Ag to deliver Precision Farming services and products to farmers throughout Australia.
  • The world’s finest wool bale will be offered at auction on Thursday 26th June 2008.
  • Landmark is proud to sponsor the 2008 Australian Country Football Carnival, celebrating the huge contribution that country football has made to our great Australian game over the last 150 years.
  • Landmark, one of Australia’s biggest agribusiness companies, has joined forces with innovative online trading company E*TRADE Australia to facilitate online share trading services for rural and regional clients.
  • Landmark Financial Services has changed the interest rates on selected at-call and term investment accounts.
  • The inaugural Landmark Classic Campdraft Sale at Tamworth on 24 May attracted over 1500 people, who saw 105 performance horses change hands to gross over $1.1 million.
  • Landmark announced today that it has signed an indicative Heads of Agreement to acquire 100 per cent of livestock leasing business, Stocklease Pty Ltd by the end of June 2008.
  • Landmark has conducted its fiftieth consecutive wool sale for the Wingiel Pastoral Company, owned by Wingeel farmers, Clive and Kate McEachern.
  • Landmark has 129 registered Quarter Horses and Stock Horses listed for its Classic Campdraft Sale at Tamworth on 24 May, 2008.
  • Landmark Financial Services has increased the interest rates on selected at-call and term investment accounts.
  • Landmark Financial Services has increased the interest rates on its term investment accounts.
  • From 31 March 2008 buying and trading sheep while managing the risk of OJD will be now more closely related to regional risk.
  • Last week, over 3600 mixed-sex cattle were yarded and sold for a total of more than $2 million, to enormous northern commission buying power.
  • To be held at Tamworth on Saturday 24th May 2008. The sale is the key to entering the Landmark Classic Campdraft, to be held in February 2009, with $50,000 in prize money on offer.
  • Landmark has appointed Mr Kym Gunn to the role of National Wool Market Development Manager.
  • Landmark Financial Services has increased the interest rates on its transaction, savings and investment accounts.
  • Local real estate identity Mrs Betty Kay has joined the Landmark network of real estate agents and will launch her new business under the Landmark banner in Smithton on Monday, 10 December
  • Landmark Financial Services has increased the interest rates on its transaction, savings and investment accounts. Product Manager for Deposits, Travis Morgan said the rate changes reflect recent movements in the financial market place.
  • Landmark will now offer wealth management services nationwide after a very successful pilot program.The wealth management services offered by Landmark is through a strategic alliance with Genesys Wealth Advisers.
  • AWB/Landmark in the interests of providing assistance and resources to it's customer base has developed the Drought Resources Page

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