WA processor V&V Walsh merges with Craig Mostyn Group

Two of Western Australia’s best-known animal protein businesses have merged, bringing together a suite of pork, lamb and beef brands, plus seafood, rendering and protein trading businesses…Read More

Jon Condon, 24/06/2022

The Business of Beef: Can wealth creation be tax deductible?

As a result of higher profits, a tax payable bill can often be around the corner, sometimes bringing with it the temptation to reduce the looming tax bill – perhaps dangerously at the expense of business performance…Read More

Tim Carter, Bush Agribusiness, 24/06/2022

Dubbo producers expecting big Spring after a wet start to 2022

Autumn feels like it has not existed in large parts of the eastern states, with torrential rain falling until May, followed by cold snaps and frosts. Producers are expecting a big spring…Read More

Eric Barker, 24/06/2022

S2 Ep 18: New Federal Agriculture Minister, Murray Watt

Host Kerry Lonergan this week turns up the heat on newly-minted Federal Agriculture Minister, Murray Watt, touching on broad-ranging issues including regional jobs and the industry’s underlying labour shortage, biosecurity challenges including FMD and Lumpy Skin Disease, energy prices, livestock export trade and carbon emissions…Read More

Beef Central, 24/06/2022

Recruitment: ICMJ provides ideal window into meat and livestock industry careers

The prospect of landing a great job somewhere along the red meat supply chain is just one reason for university under-graduates and recent graduates to attend the Inter-Collegiate Meat Judging National Conference in Wagga Wagga NSW next month..Read More

Beef Central, 24/06/2022

Call for industry support for wild dog plan

‘We have best practice extension material, but we need people in the field able to talk and work with growers to deliver on ground programs’..Read More

Beef Central, 24/06/2022

Australia still a long way from ‘a full paddock’ (+ Paddock to Palate pics)

Australia’s cattle herd is still a long way from being anywhere near “a full paddock”, but a high turn off year could have been diabolical for the industry, given the chronic labour shortage currently being experienced across the entire economy, the 2022 RNA Paddock to Palate weight gain awards field day in Toowoomba heard.

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James Nason, 23/06/2022

High US beef production due to drought helping suppress grinding meat exports

Tough trading conditions continue for Australian lean grinding beef exports in June, due in large part to the extreme high rates of beef kill in the US due to drought…Read More

Jon Condon, 23/06/2022

Australia may join US-led push to cut global methane emissions by 30pc

Australia’s new Labor Federal government may join US President Joe Biden’s push to reduce global methane emissions by 30 percent from 2020 levels by the end of the decade…Read More

Beef Central, 23/06/2022

Livestock industries playing catch up with probiotics for animal health

Probiotics for gut health in humans is now commonplace, but a group of agricultural researchers say the impact of intestinal health on livestock production is still relatively misunderstood despite recent technological advances…Read More

Beef Central, 23/06/2022

Agtech can help with labour shortage, conference hears + PICS

For the past five years, agtech companies have been popping up across the country, pitching new and improved ways to solve problems on farm…Read More

Eric Barker, 23/06/2022

Dalby sale 22 June 2022: Export cattle firm, lighter cattle ease

A large run of 1,097 head from far Western Queensland, and 109 head from New South Wales, plus one single consignment of 508 head from South Australia helped to lift overall supply…Read More

James Nason, 23/06/2022

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