As the bushfire crisis deepens across Australia, Minister for Agriculture Bridget McKenzie urged regional communities to continue to prioritise personal safety as concern for livestock grows.
Feral animals pose a risk to your property through direct impact on livestock and production by damaging fences.
Just 20 years ago the Australian sheep industry was in dire straits – today its worth more than $8.6 billion per year, an increase of almost 50% compared to 2001.
A farming family specialising in Dorper sheep who claim the breed’s ‘extreme adaptability’ is inspiring them to prevail during crippling drought conditions, are set to represent NSW at the 2020 National Landcare Awards.
Beef producers from throughout Western Australia have taken out the top awards at the 2019 Meat Standards Australia (MSA) Excellence in Eating Quality Awards for the State.
Just 20 years ago the Australian sheep industry was in dire straits – today its worth more than $8.6 billion per year, an increase of almost 50% compared to when the Cooperative Research Centre for Sheep Industry Innovation was launched in 2001.
Good fencing and well‑managed watering points enable Queensland producers Brent and Teresa Gadsby to effectively control stock movement using rotational grazing practices.
The Australian Government is collaborating with Australian businesses to unlock the value of satellites to help farmers get the most from their land and plan for the future.
The beef industry is not only thriving, it is achieving major milestones in its care for people, land and livestock.
Eric Ashby talks about the Australian made sheep fencing on the property at Nonowie Station.