Open day will focus on bulls
Brian and Wayne Mobbs, of High Spa Angus in Daylesford, are hoping 2019 is a kinder year to all in terms of weather and market conditions.
A half-day forum delivering practical tools and information for sheep producers will be held at Birchip, Deniliquin and Benalla next month.
The Victorian Government has established a planning support program to assist small-scale pig and poultry producers obtain a land use planning permit under the 2018 planning reforms for animal industries.
After celebrating success at the recent Victorian Limousin On-Farm Challenge, Mistletoe Limousins is now preparing for 2019 Beef Week.
Tarcombe Herefords is no stranger to Beef Week and the RASV Heifer Challenge, as the stud looks to repeat its 2017 challenge victory.
The 10th on-property sale for Rangan Charolais stud will be held on Friday, March 15, with the cattle up for sale on show as part of Beef Week 2019.
After participating in Beef Week for 12 years, Alpine Angus will take a break this year, instead hosting a beef industry update for beef producers in February.
After more than two decades participating in Beef Week, this year will mark the final time John and Joan Woodruff open their gates for the annual event.
Shepparton Regional Saleyards’ new management company will take over from this week.
A sheep industry extension and adoption program, It’s Ewe Time!, will return in 2019 with a series of forums in Victoria, NSW and South Australia.
With a rise in the number of people keeping chickens in their backyard, Australian Eggs managing director Rowan McMonnies says it is important people understand the biosecurity risks.
The independent Heat Stress Risk Assessment (HSRA) Technical Reference Panel has released its draft report on heat-stress risk in live sheep exports to the Middle East.
A supplement of salt could help lamb producers make better use of dryland lucerne according to research from the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation.
Farmers now have access to day-to-day livestock prices from across the country at the touch of a button, thanks to a new app.
HOLIDAY-MAKERS in Echuca-Moama have been left with a bad taste in their mouth as gastro continues to sweep through caravan and holiday parks along the Murray River.
A search has resumed for former Shepparton mother Felicity Shadbolt, who went missing while bushwalking in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.
The principal of Shepparton’s new ‘‘super school’’ has been appointed.