Western Victoria Livestock Exchange

  • Candidate for free education

    LABOR’S candidate for the Lower House seat of Polwarth Doug Johnston joined a sea of curious spectators and enthusiastic bidders in Mortlake at last Thursday’s Kerr and Co Livestock Feature Spring Cattle Sale.

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  • Learning business lessons

    SMALL business owners will receive a first-hand glance into the behind-the-scenes operation of the Western Victoria Livestock Exchange (WVLX) at Mortlake next Monday.

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  • Saleyards release fees ahead of opening

    WITH the first prime market sale fast approaching, the Western Victoria Livestock Exchange (WVLX) developers have released their livestock selling fees.

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  • Roll up for saleyards visit

    A CHANCE to tour Mortlake’s newest development – the Western Victoria Livestock Exchange (WVLX) – is coming this Saturday.

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  • New face at the helm for Moyne

    MOYNE Shire councillors voted in fellow councillor Mick Wolfe for his inaugural term as mayor on Tuesday.

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  • Saleyards a boon for Mortlake

    MORTLAKE’S future looks bright, according to Member for Polwarth Richard Riordan.

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  • Knowledge and networking

    MORTLAKE’S Olivine Restaurant was abuzz with activity last Friday morning, with the majority of the town’s business community meeting for a special breakfast event.

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  • Saleyards on target for January opening

    MORTLAKE’S new saleyards continue to remain on target for a January opening, thanks to favourable weather over the first two months of winter.

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  • First sod turned at saleyards site

    THE director of the Western Victoria Livestock Exchange (WVLX) saleyards is hopeful the site can host weaner cattle sales by January 2018, after earthworks began last week.

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  • Saleyard proposal under public scrutiny

    MORTLAKE residents were informed about exactly what form a proposed saleyard development for the town would take during presentations at Moyne Shire Council on Monday.

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