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30 January 2017
View news from Australia CPC Ships First Cattle Load to Indonesia for 2017
AUSTRALIA - The Consolidated Pastoral Company (CPC), Australia's second largest cattle producer, has shipped its first load of cattle for 2017....
27 January 2017
View news from Australia Liberalised Trade will Deliver Australian Beef Industry Benefits
AUSTRALIA - Opening up trade pathways and reducing technical trade barriers is key to ensuring Australia’s beef industry remains globally competitive. ...
26 January 2017
View news from Australia ACCC Dairy Inquiry to Hear from Farmers About A$1/L Milk
AUSTRALIA - The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is set to hear from dairy farmers about a range of issues contributing to the poor state of the industry, including how farm gate milk prices are determined and dollar-a-litre milk....
23 January 2017
View news from Australia Minister Confirms Farmers’ Land Still in Defence Firing Line
AUSTRALIA - The Defence Minister has today confirmed dozens of farming families could still lose their land so Singaporean soldiers can train more often in Australia, but has committed to fast-tracking a final decision so landholders know their fate within...
20 January 2017
View news from Australia Angus Breed Set to Harness Greater Benefit from Genomics
AUSTRALIA - Genomics, the term given to describe a range of DNA based technologies concerned with the structure, function, evolution, and mapping of genomes, is a science receiving much interest around the world among breeders of all livestock species....
19 January 2017
View news from Australia Dairy Farmers Fear Pay Dispute Could Cost Them A$3M
AUSTRALIA - A group of Queensland and New South Wales dairy farmers fear they could lose up to $3 million if a major milk processor drops the price it pays to farmers....
View news from Australia Cattle Prepare for Simulated Heatwave for Study Into Welfare, Performance
AUSTRALIA - Radio transmitters have been inserted into the stomachs of 24 feedlot cattle to monitor their body temperatures, as part of a three-month trial investigating the impact of heatwaves....
17 January 2017
View news from Australia Defence Land Grab Last Straw for Frustrated Farmers
AUSTRALIA - A Department of Defence plan to take land from Queensland farming families so Singaporean soldiers can train more often in Australia is yet another example of Governments disregarding the importance of maintaining agricultural country for...
16 January 2017
View news from Australia Australia Remains Efficient Beef Producer on Global Scale
AUSTRALIA - According to the latest agri benchmark results, the results were varied somewhat across the globe, but it is clear that Australia remains an efficient beef producer, with a moderate to low cost of production....
11 January 2017
View news from Australia Queensland Cattle Producers Predict High Prices in 2017
AUSTRALIA - Queensland cattle producers are looking forward to the year ahead, although they do not doubt there will be some challenges....
04 January 2017
View news from Australia Aussie Exporters Ride Out 2016 Challenges; Optimistic About 2017
AUSTRALIA - Australian livestock exporters are quietly optimistic about the coming 12 months, after seeing out a number of challenges for the trade in 2016....
30 December 2016
View news from Australia Wellard to Start Exporting Live Cattle to China by March 2017
AUSTRALIA - Wellard, Australia's largest livestock exporter, expects to start exporting beef cattle to China by March next year....
21 December 2016
View news from Australia Defence Land Buy-up Could Impact Queensland Cattle Industry
AUSTRALIA - An expansion of military training areas in Central and North Queensland could see more than a hundred thousand head of cattle lost to the state’s beef industry and farming families that have managed properties for generations forced off...
20 December 2016
View news from Australia New Era for Dairy Herd Improvement
AUSTRALIA - The first annual general meeting of DataGene last week (16 December), heralded a new era in herd improvement for the Australian dairy industry....
19 December 2016
View news from Australia Indonesian Demand for Australian Live Cattle Falls
AUSTRALIA - Fewer Australian cattle are being demanded by Indonesian feedlotters, as imported buffalo meat takes a market share, the Northern Territory Livestock Exporters Association (NTLEA) says....
15 December 2016
View news from Australia Canadian Pension Fund Invests in Australian Beef Stations
AUSTRALIA - Canada’s largest pension fund, the Public Sector Pension Investment Board, has invested in a third large cattle property in Queensland....
14 December 2016
View news from Australia Australia's Genetic Showcase for Beef Cattle
AUSTRALIA - The outstanding beef cattle seedstock available in south-east Australia will be on display again with 200 plus studs opening their properties for the 26th Stock & Land Beef Week from 27 January to 4 February....
13 December 2016
View news from Australia Angus Breedplan Moves to Fortnightly Analyses
AUSTRALIA - Angus breeders have led the Australian beef industry with the adoption of BREEDPLAN technology and this is set to continue in 2017 with Angus Australia becoming the first breed association in Australia to routinely conduct BREEDPLAN analyses...
12 December 2016
View news from Australia SA Family Prepares to Take Over World's Largest Cattle Station
AUSTRALIA - With the long-awaited sale of S Kidman & Co now approved, Australia's most iconic cattle business is entering a new era....
08 December 2016
View news from Australia Company Trials GPS Technology to Track Remote Cattle Stations
AUSTRALIA - One of Australia's largest cattle companies is trialling the use of satellite technology to track and monitor staff working in remote areas....
05 December 2016
View news from Australia Australia's Love of Beef Driving Nitrogen Pollution
AUSTRALIA - Researchers have for the first time calculated Australia's contribution to the environmental and health problem of nitrogen pollution....
28 October 2016
View news from Australia Australian Inquiry into Dairy Crisis Presented with Ideas to Improve Industry
AUSTRALIA - The Senate Economics References Committee inquiry into Australia’s dairy industry has been held in Canberra to investigate solutions to Australia's dairy crisis....
13 October 2016
View news from Australia Markets Improving but Challenges Remain for Australian Dairy Farmers
AUSTRALIA - International dairy commodity prices have staged a significant recovery in recent months, as global supply and demand slowly return to a more balanced outlook, according to Dairy Australia’s latest Situation and Outlook report....
20 September 2016
View news from Australia Australian Beef Exports Set to Fall with Supply Limited
AUSTRALIA - The gross value of Australian farm production is forecast to increase to $58.4 billion in 2016-17, according to the latest analysis released in the Agricultural Commodities report from ABARES, the research arm of Australia's agriculture department....
13 September 2016
View news from Australia Murray Goulburn Lifts Milk Prices
AUSTRALIA - Murray Goulburn Co-operative Co. Limited (MG) today announced a step-up in milk prices by the equivalent of $0.15 per kilogram milk solids (kgms)....
05 September 2016
View news from Australia Australia's Dairy Supply Chain Under Scrutiny
AUSTRALIA - Following questions about the functioning of Australia’s dairy supply chain, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) will launch an investigation into the dairy industry, UK levy board AHDB Dairy has reported....
31 August 2016
View news from Australia Australian Exporters Welcome Resumption of Japan Live Cattle Trade
AUSTRALIA - Japanese authorities announced last week the reopening of the $14.6 million trade in feeder and breeder cattle from Australia, following agreement on improved export certification processes for all consignments....
26 August 2016
View news from Australia New Law to Protect Australian Dairy Farmers from Unfair Contracts
AUSTRALIA - The Australian government is to introduce an unfair contracts law in an effort to protect small businesses from unfair contracts with large businesses, according to UK levy board AHDB Dairy....
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