Leaving their tails behind them

Very few Australian sheep keep their tails beyond lamb marking.

14 DEC 2018

Sheep

Leaving their tails behind them
Leaving their tails behind them
Leaving their tails behind them
Leaving their tails behind them

New year means new tagging requirements

Victoria continues to make inroads on sheep NLIS requirements.

12 DEC 2018

Sheep

New year means new tagging requirements
New year means new tagging requirements
New year means new tagging requirements

Automation and Instagram - a tale of two farmers

Sheep producers' techniques were revealed at the recent MLA Red Meat 2018 event.

10 DEC 2018

Sheep

Automation and Instagram - a tale of two farmers
Automation and Instagram - a tale of two farmers

Anthrax detected in Victoria

A case of Anthrax has been found in northern Victoria.

21 NOV 2018

Sheep

Anthrax detected in Victoria

Export legislation changes the definition of lamb

More lamb export opportunities with the definition of lamb now to include two teeth.

21 NOV 2018

Sheep

Export legislation changes the definition of lamb
Export legislation changes the definition of lamb

Woolgrowers vote for a research and marketing levy

Returned voting papers represented 55.92% of total votes available.

19 NOV 2018

Sheep

Woolgrowers vote for a research and marketing levy
Woolgrowers vote for a research and marketing levy

New standard for grain fed cattle announced

The new GFF Standard means farmers can feed the cattle grain for 35 days and reap the benefits.

12 DEC 2018

Beef

New standard for grain fed cattle announced
New standard for grain fed cattle announced
New standard for grain fed cattle announced
New standard for grain fed cattle announced

Live export a must for cattle producers

Research shows up to half of all live cattle export revenue is retained by the producer.

03 DEC 2018

Beef

Live export a must for cattle producers
Live export a must for cattle producers
Live export a must for cattle producers

Compare the relative value of bulls for the best results

It pays to compare bulls in terms of their breeding values.

26 NOV 2018

Beef

Compare the relative value of bulls for the best results

Slaughter rates up as drought continues

This year saw high numbers of cows slaughtered.

26 NOV 2018

Beef

Slaughter rates up as drought continues
Slaughter rates up as drought continues

Hegarty elected Cattle Council president

New president and vice president elected for the Cattle Council.

21 NOV 2018

Beef

Hegarty elected Cattle Council president
Hegarty elected Cattle Council president

The MSA's next evolution in beef

The way consumers buy beef tipped to change.

09 NOV 2018

Beef

The MSA's next evolution in beef
The MSA's next evolution in beef

Report on heat stress open for comment

The draft report aims to develop a new approach to heat stress.

Report on heat stress open for comment
Report on heat stress open for comment
Report on heat stress open for comment
Report on heat stress open for comment

Smart tongue can help with detection

The CSIRO has developed an artificial tongue to help with the detection of lactose.

Smart tongue can help with detection
Smart tongue can help with detection
Smart tongue can help with detection

New app delivers daily sheep and cattle pricing

Easy access day-to-day livestock prices from across the country.

New app delivers daily sheep and cattle pricing
New app delivers daily sheep and cattle pricing

Producers urged to stay focused on biosecurity

Producers share a responsibility to protect Australian livestock from the introduction and spread of

Producers urged to stay focused on biosecurity

Smart ear tags created

A new ear tag is now available which can act like a Fit Bit for cattle.

Smart ear tags created
Smart ear tags created

Biosecurity staff to be trained to common standard across Australia

Certificate in Biosecurity Response Operations will assist responses to biosecurity emergencies

Biosecurity staff to be trained to common standard across Australia
Biosecurity staff to be trained to common standard across Australia

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New perennial forage legume released

Commercial quantities of tedera var. Lanza seed to be harvested this month.

12 DEC 2018

Pastures

New perennial forage legume released
New perennial forage legume released
New perennial forage legume released
New perennial forage legume released

Probe network up and running in Victoria

Soil moisture probes will help pasture production in Victoria.

30 NOV 2018

Pastures

Probe network up and running in Victoria
Probe network up and running in Victoria
Probe network up and running in Victoria

New legume released in Western Australia

Tedera seed available for commercial distribution in autumn 2019

24 OCT 2018

Pastures

New legume released in Western Australia

Forage oat with enhanced yield developed in Queensland

A new high-yielding forage oat crop variety has been released.

10 AUG 2018

Pastures

Forage oat with enhanced yield developed in Queensland
Forage oat with enhanced yield developed in Queensland

$2.2 million to boost Australian export fodder productivity

The Export Fodder industry has been given a substantial research boost.

01 AUG 2018

Pastures

$2.2 million to boost Australian export fodder productivity
$2.2 million to boost Australian export fodder productivity

Increased livestock feed efficiency on the cards thanks to new research projects

Research into grazing has been boosted with $35 million of funding.

21 JUL 2018

Pastures

Increased livestock feed efficiency on the cards thanks to new research projects
Increased livestock feed efficiency on the cards thanks to new research projects