Inspectors to target NLIS

Inspectors to target NLIS

Sheep the focus of Brand Aid operation in WA.

On-farm

19 JUNE 2019
The keys to cashing in on the goat boom

The keys to cashing in on the goat boom

How to capitalise on the goat market boom

Infrastructure and Tec...

01 FEBRUARY 2017
Goat prices continue to soar

Goat prices continue to soar

AUSTRALIAN over-the-hook goat indicators remained at record levels during 2015, assisted by strong international...

Livestock General

21 DECEMBER 2015
Goats can add value to mixed farming operations

Goats can add value to mixed farming operations

WITH record prices on offer and low levels of maintenance, goats are proving the perfect fit for mixed...

Archive

16 DECEMBER 2015
New test for virulent footrot looks promising

New test for virulent footrot looks promising

THE Department of Agriculture and Food Western Australia is testing the effectiveness of a DNA-based...

Livestock General

02 NOVEMBER 2015
Goatmeat toppling records in Australia

Goatmeat toppling records in Australia

THE meteoric rise of goatmeat in Australia has now reached record levels, with Meat and Livestock Australia...

Livestock General

14 SEPTEMBER 2015
Remote water monitoring slashes onsite man hours

Remote water monitoring slashes onsite man hours

A carefully planned, remotely monitored livestock watering system has enabled one family to successfully...

Livestock General

02 APRIL 2014
Changes to NLIS unnecessary: NSW Farmers

Changes to NLIS unnecessary: NSW Farmers

FARMERS are being encouraged by the New South Wales Farmers' Association to provide feedback on the latest...

Archive

18 OCTOBER 2013
VFF unmoved on sheep and goat e-tagging

VFF unmoved on sheep and goat e-tagging

VICTORIAN farmers remain unconvinced of the need for mandatory radio frequency identification of sheep...

Archive

14 OCTOBER 2013
Foot and mouth could cost billions

Foot and mouth could cost billions

A RECENT report by the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences has put...

Archive

14 OCTOBER 2013