Sheep shipment refused travel to Middle East

The Al Kuwait has not been given a travel exemption for a load of live sheep.

08 JUN 2020

Sheep

Sheep shipment refused travel to Middle East
Sheep shipment refused travel to Middle East
Sheep shipment refused travel to Middle East
Sheep shipment refused travel to Middle East

Australian wool set to take a long blow

Confidence wanes for wool

13 MAY 2020

Sheep

Australian wool set to take a long blow
Australian wool set to take a long blow
Australian wool set to take a long blow

Sheep graziers' alert for trace mineral deficiencies

Sheep producers need to be on the look out for trace mineral deficiencies in lambs this autumn.

08 MAY 2020

Sheep

Sheep graziers' alert for trace mineral deficiencies
Sheep graziers' alert for trace mineral deficiencies

Wool production and shorn sheep numbers forecast to drop

Shorn wool production is expected to be down to 281 million kilograms greasy.

04 MAY 2020

Sheep

Wool production and shorn sheep numbers forecast to drop

There's more to dystocia than pulling lambs

There's more to dystocia in sheep than meets the eye.

04 MAY 2020

Sheep

There's more to dystocia than pulling lambs
There's more to dystocia than pulling lambs

Have your say on wool's levy future

WoolPoll submissions are now open and close on 29 May.

01 MAY 2020

Sheep

Have your say on wool's levy future
Have your say on wool's levy future

Don't forget the roughage

Roughage like hay is an important part of ruminants' diets.

22 JUN 2020

Beef

Don't forget the roughage
Don't forget the roughage
Don't forget the roughage
Don't forget the roughage

Young cattle indicator price reaches a new record

Cattle producers are enjoying excellent demand and prices.

19 JUN 2020

Beef

Young cattle indicator price reaches a new record
Young cattle indicator price reaches a new record
Young cattle indicator price reaches a new record

Cattle market in good shape

The cattle market is well placed despite some potential supply issues.

12 JUN 2020

Beef

Cattle market in good shape

Federal Court rules 2011 Indonesian live trade shut down was invalid

Live cattle trade celebrates a big win over the Federal Government.

03 JUN 2020

Beef

Federal Court rules 2011 Indonesian live trade shut down was invalid
Federal Court rules 2011 Indonesian live trade shut down was invalid

CSIRO to tag and track ferals in northern Australia

Satellite tracking will be used to track un-managed cattle and buffalo in northern Australia.

01 JUN 2020

Beef

CSIRO to tag and track ferals in northern Australia
CSIRO to tag and track ferals in northern Australia

Plea to increase biosecurity funding

Biosecurity funding needs to be beefed up, according to a peak livestock body.

27 MAY 2020

Beef

Plea to increase biosecurity funding
Plea to increase biosecurity funding

Plan now for best on-farm water management

Agriculture Victoria is asking livestock producers to consider their stock water requirements.

Plan now for best on-farm water management
Plan now for best on-farm water management
Plan now for best on-farm water management
Plan now for best on-farm water management

New smart tag ticks the boxes

Lifetime use tags could improve cattle production efficiency.

New smart tag ticks the boxes
New smart tag ticks the boxes
New smart tag ticks the boxes

Dislike for fencing inspires design

New fencing concept could be a big time saver.

Dislike for fencing inspires design
Dislike for fencing inspires design

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

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

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

Red-legged earth mites causing concern in Victoria

Autumn weather conditions can be ideal for red-legged earth mites.

18 MAY 2020

Pastures

Red-legged earth mites causing concern in Victoria
Red-legged earth mites causing concern in Victoria
Red-legged earth mites causing concern in Victoria
Red-legged earth mites causing concern in Victoria

Increased risk of red leaf syndrome in pastures this autumn

A warning has been issued in WA for red leaf syndrome.

04 MAY 2020

Pastures

Increased risk of red leaf syndrome in pastures this autumn
Increased risk of red leaf syndrome in pastures this autumn
Increased risk of red leaf syndrome in pastures this autumn

Warning for phalaris toxicity

Be on the look out for phalaris toxicity.

20 MAR 2020

Pastures

Warning for phalaris toxicity

New research to help future-proof pasture grasses

New research is focused on Phalaris.

29 NOV 2019

Pastures

New research to help future-proof pasture grasses
New research to help future-proof pasture grasses

New app to help farm biosecurity

A new app can help with farm biosecurity management.

09 OCT 2019

Pastures

New app to help farm biosecurity
New app to help farm biosecurity

CFA issues warning for haystack fires

Haystack fires can be more prevalent when hay is made in haste.

04 OCT 2019

Pastures

CFA issues warning for haystack fires
CFA issues warning for haystack fires

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