Bill Gates says there are multiple options for reducing livestock emissions

Billionaire philanthropist and climate change investor Bill Gates has made an appearance in Australia, taking time to chat to the Lowy Institute about a range of topics – including red meat…Read More

Eric Barker, 27/01/2023

Japanese Wagyu ‘beef art’ recreates famous global landscapes + VIDEO

Some of the world’s best-known geographic landmarks have been recreated as sculptured landscape scenes using a highly unusual, if not quirky medium – marbled Japanese Wagyu beef…Read More

Jon Condon, 27/01/2023

Ag identities recognised in 2023 Australia Day Awards

Veterinarian and livestock business consultant Phil Holmes, rural communications specialist Robbie Sefton, organic beef industry leader Dalene Wray and a high country cattleman, parliamentarian and ‘crack rider’ who featured in the Man from Snowy River films are among a number of Australian agricultural identities to have been recognised with 2023 Australia Day Awards, announced today…Read More

James Nason, 26/01/2023

Small shipment of cattle heading for Cambodian charity

A small shipment of Queensland cattle have been sent to a charity in the south-east Asian country of Cambodia – with the aim of helping families break the poverty cycle…Read More

Beef Central, 27/01/2023

Recruitment: More ag jobs added to Australian apprenticeship priority list

The push for more agricultural jobs to be recognised as apprenticeships was made this week on the back of the Federal Government expanding the Australian Apprenticeship Priority List…Read More

Beef Central, 27/01/2023

Dalby sale 25 Jan 2023: Light steer prices lift

Prices for well bred light weight yearling steers returning to the paddock improved by 20c to 30c/kg. The better end of the yearling steers to feed lifted in price by 5c to 9c/kg…Read More

James Nason, 26/01/2023

Weekly property review: Recently completed sales

$60m for Wandoan grazing aggregation | QLD’s Sedgeford makes $94m WIWO | Local secures premier Gundagai grazing for $28m | Knudsens pay $25m for Chinchilla’s Auburn Station | Wandoan’s Kooroora settles for +$14m | CQ family secures Daintree River grazing & farming
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Property editor Linda Rowley, 25/01/2023

Movement at the Station: Recent property listings

NT’s Beetaloo tipped to make +$300m | Kimberley breeding & finishing | NSW’s historic Funny Hill returns to market | Premier Victorian Western District grazing | Highly regarded NSW western division country | Cattle breeding & backgrounding in SW QLD | Scale & development potential in Charleville | High rainfall CQ country attracts strong interest | Hay & cattle block in QLD’s South Burnett | Historic Emu Creek offered for first time in 155 years | $7m+ for western NSW goat operation | Longreach Pastoral college up for grabs..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, 25/01/2023

People on the Move: Appointments, retirements, achievements

New manager at AA Co’s Brunette Downs | Search for new manager for NH Foods’ Oakey Beef | Former MLA manager joins Stockyard | New grassfed cattle body starts search for CEO | AMIC appoints new industry affairs, trade and tech affairs managers | New regional management meat sales role for Kilcoy staffer | New DG for International Livestock Research Institute | Brahman Breeders seek general manager | Rabobank’s new Australian CEO and research team | Beef Australia’s Stud Cattle Committee | Chris Norris signs off from Elite ..Read More

Jon Condon, 25/01/2023

Producer group hoping to become “scoreboard” on ag emissions targets

As the agricultural industry prepares for high level emissions targets to make their way back to the farm gate – efforts have been ramped up to give producers easy access to the tools to measure their own footprint…Read More

Eric Barker, 25/01/2023

Parts manufacturers say agriculture needs legal right to repair

The Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association (AAAA) has reaffirmed its support of the agricultural industry’s right to repair fight after a major John Deere announcement earlier this month…Read More

Beef Central, 25/01/2023

AgForce says more consultation needed on proposed livestock branding changes

AgForce believes more time and consultation is needed before the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries makes a decision on the future of how livestock brands and earmarks are managed the State…Read More

James Nason, 25/01/2023

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