Aussie cattle prices could double in the next two years, Wagyu conference told

Australian cattle prices could double over the next two years, but specialised segments like Wagyu feeders could take up to two years longer, delegates at the Australian Wagyu Association annual conference in Cairns were told this week…Read More

Jon Condon, 12/04/2024

GAB carbon capture projects lining up behind Glencore, AgForce

Queensland’s peak farm lobby group AgForce says at least a dozen similar projects are coming in behind Glencore’s proposed carbon capture project on the Great Artesian Basin…Read More

Eric Barker, 12/04/2024

SE Asia Report: Ramifications of delayed import permits hitting home

South East Asian countries are seeing the ramifications of government decisions which impact food staple flows as Indonesia experiences soaring beef and cattle prices in the aftermath of its early 2024 delay to release import permits for live cattle and beef imports, and the China pig and dairy industries struggle against increased imports and slowing consumer consumption…Read More

Dr Michael Patching, 12/04/2024

Plant-based bubble has burst, CEO of closed startup contends

One of the Asia-Pacific region’s largest manufacturers of plant-based “fake meats” is closing, saying investors have lost faith in the business…Read More

James Nason, 12/04/2024

S4 Ep12: Northern property market, with valuer Frank Peacocke

Weekly Grill podcast host Kerry Lonergan this week turns up the heat on Darwin-based rural property valuer Frank Peacocke, discussing the outlook for land values in the Northern Territory and Kimberley region, alternate land use with the region’s emerging farming sector, carbon opportunities and other issues…Read More

Beef Central, 12/04/2024

Recruitment: Dealing with employee turnover – how to ‘stop the hop’

In an era when job-hopping is becoming more common, keeping talented employees in the fold has become a foremost business challenge for employers – and it applies as much in the meat and livestock industry as any other. Here’s some useful tips on how to ‘stop the hop.’..Read More

Beef Central, 12/04/2024

Study takes sky-high approach to animal welfare in WA

Researches learned that drones could be very effective and efficient, increase biosecurity, reduce work health and safety risks, and reduce stress to the animals…Read More

Guest Author, 12/04/2024

Ceres Tag launches Global Distribution Network

Ceres Tag is announcing the launch of its Global Distribution Network, a development that it believes will reshape the world of animal monitoring. ..Read More

Sponsored Content, 08/04/2024

NSW Farmers welcomes State Government’s efforts on farm safety

Farmers have welcomed the NSW Government’s efforts to engage the agricultural industry to develop proactive solutions for better farm safety…Read More

Beef Central, 12/04/2024

Carbon speakers to look out for at Beef 2024

Looking through the program for next month’s Beef 2024 in Rockhampton, it is clear carbon is going to be one of the main themes of the event. Beef Central has extracted a list of speakers to look for…Read More

Eric Barker, 11/04/2024

AgForce seminar to tackle changing environmental management landscape

A Beef 2024 seminar organised by the AgForce Cattle Board will provide producers with a valuable opportunity to gain a full and wide-ranging update of the various aspects of environmental management issues affecting beef and cattle businesses…Read More

Beef Central, 11/04/2024

2600km trek to Beef 2024 for intrepid SA Simmental breeders

The opportunity to compete in stud beef judging at Beef 2024 will be a much anticipated first time experience for South Australian Simmental bull breeders, Quentin and Renee Mooney…Read More

Jon Condon, 11/04/2024

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