Beef gets good report
A report card into the sustainability of the Australian beef industry shows the industry in on track to be carbon neutral by 2030.
Having the confidence and impetus to make decisions on grazing management in tough seasons is a powerful mental step forward, according to grazing consultant Bart Davidson.
Young leaders of the future made up the first industry team to be involved in the prestigious National Merino Challenge.
Flystrike research, animal welfare and profitability constraints to wool production will be all under the spotlight when growers from across the nation gather for the MerinoLink conference on June 19.
Farmers with a passion and vision for the Victorian livestock industry are encouraged to step up and nominate for the VFF Livestock Policy Council.
Live cattle exports have made a strong start to 2019, with total shipments up 14 per cent year-on-year at 354000 head, according to MLA.
Scott Morrison has made an emotional return to an outback Queensland cattle farm still reeling from devastating floods.
The beef industry is improving its care of natural resources, animals and people, according to the second Australian Beef Sustainability Annual Update.
Agriculture Victoria is running two free one-day workshops in Euroa and Rutherglen to help farmers balance the needs of pasture and livestock for good grazing management.
‘‘It’s like putting pasture plants in a time machine and taking them to climate conditions that are predicted for the future.’’
Resilient beef and sheep prices have provided a dose of relief for many farming enterprises amidst a severe drought across most of eastern Australia.
As lambing season gets under way in Victoria, producers are reminded to ensure they are compliant with National Livestock Identification System sheep and goat requirements.
Livestock producers around Mansfield are invited to attend a free workshop that will address key tips and tools to manage livestock health and biosecurity.
Ongoing drought in many production areas of Australia combined with unprecedented flooding in north-west Queensland in February has resulted in the largest drop in the national herd in decades, according to Meat & Livestock Australia’s Cattle Industry Projections April update.
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The parking inspectors you have come to recognise across town are no more with Greater Shepparton City Council making the decision to outsource the service to a third-party provider.
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