Overall value remains firm
The crippling drought scorching farmland across eastern Australia has failed to sap the overall value of the nation’s agriculture sector.
If you are looking for a top White Suffolk ram, Katandra will be the place to be on October 3.
Producers are finding well designed and positioned stock containment areas can take the sting out of managing livestock during challenging seasonal conditions, and one of those producers is Jim Young.
The first on-farm sale of the Longwood-based Hynam Poll Merino stud will be held later this week.
The Victorian Branch of the Australian Limousin Breeders Society will conduct an On-Farm Challenge next month.
Merrigum Lions Club was unaware of the success that calf scales would bring when it started the program 40 years ago to fundraise for town benefits.
Objective DNA benchmarking proved so powerful to her business that Riverina Merino breeder Stacey Lugsdin is set for a second round of Flock Profile testing to inform her ram purchasing decisions this season.
A push to end live sheep exports has suffered a major blow, with two country-based Liberal MPs abandoning a backbench rebellion after scoring promotions to the ministry.
The live export industry regulator should be separated from the Department of Agriculture and established as an independent body, Liberal MPs Sussan Ley and Sarah Henderson say.
The Sammon family, of Bungeet, will hold its 34th annual Poll Dorset ram sale next month.
Australian farmers will have tariffs reduced and be able to export more livestock, beef and sheepmeat, grains, sugar, dairy, citrus and horticulture produce to Indonesia after the Federal Government signed the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA) last week.
The calving season is upon us and you may find a downer cow in your herd.
An auctioneer from Tatura and one from Euroa have been named as two of 10 finalists in the 2018 Australian Livestock and Property Agents Association Victorian Young Auctioneers Competition.
At this time of year an outbreak of milk fever or hypocalcaemia could be expected and may only become apparent by the confronting sight of dead and dying sheep, especially after feeding grain for a prolonged period.
A man surrendered just before 7pm, ending the siege situation.
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