New livestock app
Farmers now have access to day-to-day livestock prices from across the country at the touch of a button, thanks to a new app.
Despite the dry season, buyers turned up from all corners of Victoria, the Riverina and even Tasmania to the second Euroa Feature Angus Cattle Sale on December 5.
Australian livestock exporters have written to Western Australian sheep producers, advising of a new three-month ban on sheep shipments to the Middle East during the Northern Hemisphere summer.
People are being reminded of the biosecurity risks associated with pig production, as small landholders are increasingly interested in owning livestock, including pigs.
CSIRO and agtech start-up Ceres Tag have created a new type of fitness tracker to help farmers keep track of their livestock and save the time and monetary cost of manually tracking their herds.
African swine fever has the potential to cause waves in global meat trade which will flow through to the Australian beef market, according to Rabobank’s latest global Beef Quarterly report.
The definition of lamb is set to be changed to make Australian producers more competitive in the international export market.
Meat & Livestock Australia has updated its online global and domestic market snapshots with new consumer insights, market access developments and 2017-18 export performance data.
Help is at hand for sheep breeders looking to take the leap into the era of big data and digital tools for more precise decision making.
Colette Garnsey has become the first female to chair the Australian Wool Innovation after Wal Merriman stepped down from the not-for-profit company on November 9.
Total operating costs associated with processing beef cattle in Australia were almost one-third higher than in the United States, almost 73 per cent higher than in Brazil and almost 45 per cent higher than in Argentina in 2015-16, according to a new report.
A Ruffy breeder sold the top-priced pen at the 2018 Benalla Sheep Sale on November 16.
The Benalla Special Sheep Sale was held at the Benalla Saleyards on Friday.
Euroa local and Charles Sturt University student Rebecca Dean is taking another step closer to her dream of a career in the beef industry, accepting a prestigious internship with Angus Australia.
A VERDICT of not guilty to both attempted murder and murder was handed down to the Deniliquin woman who murdered her son in the Murray River last year.
Thieves used heavy machinery to smash the front of the Bendigo Bank in Tongala early this morning targeting the ATM. Echuca detectives are investigating. More to come
A white commodore sedan was torched on a nature strip in Mackie St, Kyabram, at around 4am this morning. The car was doused with petrol and deliberately lit. Two people, who the police believe to be offenders, then ran a short distance to a car and...