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Australia’s red meat industry needs to develop clear price incentives to encourage producers to focus on quality rather than volume, if it is to withstand intense competitive pressures from other global producers and proteins, according to a recently-released industry report.

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Cyclone season officially starts in November 2017, and NT Minister for Primary Industry and Resources, Ken Vowles, and Darwin Lord Mayor, Kon Vatskalis, are reminding Territorians to plan ahead and prepare for a cyclone.

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The Victorian Government is supporting a Victorian Farmer’s Federation (VFF) led initiative to improve animal health and livestock practices across peri-urban areas of Victoria.

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Tuesday, 18 April 2017 12:00

Hancock purchases Aroona cattle station

Gina Rinehart's Hancock Prospecting has acquired the Aroona pastoral property in the Northern Territory.

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New exclusion fencing technologies have come to the rescue of Barcaldine sheep producer David Counsell as wild dogs and biosecurity risks challenge his family’s sheep operation.

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It’s been a big year for Australia’s livestock industries, with relief from the drought, high prices and solid farm income growth providing significant opportunities for cattle and sheep producers.

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Tuesday, 16 August 2016 12:41

Mining’s safety lessons for agriculture

When asked if mining or agriculture is more dangerous, ex-coal miner and now cattle producer Matt Bennetto’s answer is ‘agriculture’.

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Whilst sheep, cattle, chickens and pigs are the bread and butter of Australia’s livestock production, there are a host of other unique livestock sectors across the country that contribute to the economy and require good on-farm biosecurity and emergency animal disease preparedness too.

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The discovery of a stray sheep, near Mulligan’s Flat in the ACT, with an estimated five years’ growth of wool, weighing a record breaking 40.45 kg, is timely reminder that good fencing is vital to successful livestock production.

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Monday, 30 May 2016 12:01

New approach to managing BJD

The Bovine Johne’s Disease (BJD) Framework document, released to set a new path for managing BJD, has moved to implementation phase and cattle producers are encouraged to get familiar with the impending changes.

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