Japanese seafood giant invests in asparagopsis company

Australian seaweed startup Immersion Group has received a cornerstone investment from one of the world’s largest seafood producers, Nissui Corporation, to accelerate the production of the native red seaweed Asparagopsis…Read More

Beef Central, 25/05/2023

Macka’s Pastoral says it has become carbon neutral

New South Wales beef producer, Macka’s Pastoral, says it has reached carbon neutrality in its operation while maintaining on-farm productivity and without the use of large-scale tree planting…Read More

Beef Central, 25/05/2023

Low methane genetics could have more benefits than emissions reduction

A researcher examining the genetics of livestock-related methane says the results of the study could have more benefits than emissions reduction – giving producers the ability to select more productive cattle…Read More

Eric Barker, 24/05/2023

Carbon and nature provide revenue opportunities for landholders, conference

Landholders should increasingly expect to be paid for both storing carbon and restoring biodiversity, experts told a carbon farming industry forum in Cairns today…Read More

Beef Central, 23/05/2023

Federal govt to release $20.3m in grants for carbon extension

Grants will be available soon under a new $20.3 million program that will help landowners gain independent advice on carbon farming, Climate Change Minister Chris Bowen told a Carbon Market Institute forum in Cairns today…Read More

Beef Central, 23/05/2023

RegenCo, Agronomeye bring 3D to carbon market

Australian companies RegenCo and Agronomeye have joined forces to boost the transparency and integrity of Australia’s carbon market and increase understanding about what is occurring across farm landscapes…Read More

Beef Central, 16/05/2023

Could carbon credits be worth too much to inset?

Insetting has emerged as a new term in the carbon market in recent years as food service, meat processing and the livestock industry set ambitious targets to eliminate emissions from their supply chains…Read More

Eric Barker, 09/05/2023

Qld group hoping McDonald’s trip will refine other deforestation policies

With Europe passing laws to prevent the import of goods linked to deforestation, a group of Queensland producers is hoping to use a recent visit from burger chain McDonalds to help form fairer legislation…Read More

Eric Barker, 04/05/2023

Ag industry groups agree on Greenhouse Gas reporting framework

Australian agriculture now has a common framework for greenhouse gas accounting, helping support sector-level baselines, reporting and communication of a united Australian narrative around emissions…Read More

Beef Central, 02/05/2023

What can we learn from a 6000-year-old farm? 

In response to the question ‘is livestock agriculture sustainable?’, Devenish Lands at Dowth in Ireland offers a compelling answer…Read More

James Nason, 28/04/2023

Coles carbon neutral beef brand expands nationwide

Coles has added another state to its carbon neutral beef range, with Western Australian stores receiving the product making it available across the country…Read More

Beef Central, 27/04/2023

More feed additives show promise in reducing livestock methane

While much of the methane-reduction focus has been centred on seaweed asparagopsis and 3NOP, scientists from the University of Queensland have found some interesting results in a suite of other additives…Read More

Eric Barker, 24/04/2023

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