The VFF Pig Group is calling on consumers to support Victorian pig producers as the industry experiences a trading downturn.
Euroa stock agents offered 1100 cattle for their first monthly sale of the 2018-19 financial year last Wednesday.
Many livestock producers will be considering the necessity to supplementary feed with grain or pellets.
Sheep Producers Australia will host its inaugural Leadersheep Forum ahead of LambEx 2018 in Perth, designed to connect current and emerging sheep industry leaders prior to the industry’s flagship event.
The Federal Government had no power to grant a permit for the live export of tens of thousands of sheep to the Middle East, the Federal Court has been told.
Livestock Health & Biosecurity Victoria is holding a free webinar for small farm owners on Thursday, outlining what they need to know about buying, owning and selling livestock in Victoria.
Federal Member for Farrer Sussan Ley has confirmed she will hold a public forum, in conjunction with Federal Member for Indi Cathy McGowan, in relation to Ms Ley’s private member’s bill on live exports.
Beef and sheep producers have been invited to explore and plan their options for feeding livestock through winter at morning workshops in Seymour on Thursday and Wangaratta on Friday.
Future sheep industry leaders are being encouraged to apply for a Sheep Producers Australia award, which recognises outstanding industry people.
Cobram Crime Investigation Unit detectives are appealing for public assistance after livestock was stolen from a dairy farm in Yarroweyah.
A rise in wild dog attacks is taking its toll on local sheep producers as they continue to suffer some of the worst attacks in 30 years.
Australia’s biggest sheep exporter is under criminal investigation over conditions on board its Middle East-bound vessels.
The number of polled Merino rams has spiked dramatically since the introduction of DNA testing, as producers embrace the workplace safety and animal welfare benefits of hornless sheep.
Pig prices may be down, but attendance numbers were strong when the Australian pig industry met for the Pan Pacific Pork Expo on the Gold Coast last week.
A dramatic police chase came to a screeching halt in Tallygaroopna this afternoon, leaving locals stunned and grateful no-one was injured. The hour long chase reportedly reached speeds of nearly 200 kph as seven police pursuit vehicles attempted to...
AN EIGHT-year-old boy and his grandfather suffered cuts and a family was left shocked after a flying piece of scrap metal smashed into both of their cars. A Cobram family of four was in their 4WD heading towards Moama on the Cobb Hwy near Milgate Rd...
A 48-year-old Kyabram man has been charged with causing child pornography to be transmitted and transmit indecent communications following a Joint Anti Child Exploitation Team investigation. JACET detectives today charged the man, along with...