Here are 4 considerations for a fetal protection program
Is Australia running the risk of producing beef carcases, particularly from grainfed cattle, that are too heavy for market requirements? The subject was raised several times by speakers at the Angus Australia national conference in Ballarat recently.
Maximize the forage potential in your oat fields by implementing these three management strategies.
The red meat industry has lost a colourful, deeply-respected and much-loved industry stakeholder with the passing in Brisbane of Leo Pugh on Thursday, after an 18 month battle with cancer. He was 80.
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Fire up the grill, and let’s make beef this Memorial Day! Plus, we’re wrapping up our “For the love of land and livestock” photo contest. For recipe ideas and links to vote, check out today’s blog.
PTIC females were in strong supply on AuctionsPlus yesterday, with the top line of Wattletop Angus blood heifers hailing from Inverell, NSW topping the category making $2380, while PTIC cows peaked at $2120.
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The feasibility of establishing a “user pays” system to fund the installation and use of safer livestock loading and unloading infrastructure at high density livestock facilities like saleyards and abattoirs, will be investigated in a new federally funded trial.
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The Australian beef and sheepmeat industries have had a win in improved chilled access to the United Arab Emirates, one of our largest red meat markets in the Middle East region.
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A critical key to reproductive success in heifers is to have the vast majority cycling at the start of breeding season.
A thousand animals unfit to travel are sent to slaughter annually in New Zealand (NZ), the country’s Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI) has told this site.