Beef 2021 Preview

Looking to start your own farming business? This ‘finance ready’ info session is for you

The NAB team is hosting a free information session at Beef 2021 on Tuesday, May 4, which will help anyone looking to set up their own farming business with information on how to be ‘Finance Ready’…Read More

Beef Central, 01/05/2021

Meet Beef Central’s team at Beef 2021

Beef Central will have its largest ever team on site at Beef 2021 in Rockhampton next week as we strive to keep our readers across Australia and around the world  up to date with all of the news, developments and important stories as they unfold at Australia’s biggest beef industry event…Read More

Beef Central, 30/04/2021

Unlocking the lotfeeding potential of northern Australia

Ahead of Beef Australia 2021 next week, the outgoing Young Ambassador for the Australian beef industry remains excited by the industry’s potential growth…Read More

Beef Central, 30/04/2021

Red meat more than just protein: the science proves it

An important seminar at Beef Australia 2021 in Rockhampton next week is set to explore the small but developing trend among health-conscious consumers to include red meat and healthy fats as part of a balanced, nutrient-rich diet…Read More

Beef Central, 27/04/2021

Beef 2021 commercial trade exhibits: Your guide to what’s new, and what’s hot

Commercial trade displays at Beef 2021 will cover every conceivable aspect of the meat and livestock supply chain in Australia. While there will be a heavy emphasis on agtech in many exhibits this year, commercial displays will cover everything from animal health and nutrition to genetics, stock handling and fencing, animal ID and traceability, finance, trade, infrastructure, farm vehicles and more…Read More

Beef Central, 25/04/2021

Beef industry’s annual sustainability update to be released at Beef 2021

THE Australian Beef industry’s annual sustainability update will be launched at Beef 2021 in Rockhampton next month during an Australian Beef Sustainability Framework seminar…Read More

Beef Central, 21/04/2021

Methane-busting seaweed takes further steps toward commercial release with biggest demonstration study to date

The much-anticipated asparagopsis seaweed-based feed ingredient that significantly reduces methane emissions in livestock is progressing its commercialisation with a large double-phase, highly anticipated feedlot demonstration…Read More

Jon Condon, 20/04/2021

Beef 2021 trade site explores the future ‘What if’s?’ in processing

The Australian Meat Processor Corporation’s trade stand should be top of the list for anyone attending Beef 2021 in Rockhampton next month who’s excited to see where the industry is going and how much is happening in innovation in red meat processing…Read More

Beef Central, 20/04/2021

800 entries in Beef 2021 carcase competition, exceeding expectations

Australia’s largest carcase competition being staged next month has attracted 804 steer and heifer entries from 84 exhibitors located in all states…Read More

Jon Condon, 14/04/2021

International market briefings set for Beef 2021

THE strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in three of Australia’s most significant boxed beef and live cattle export markets will be explored during a series of market briefing sessions to be held during Beef 2021 in Rockhampton next month…Read More

Beef Central, 12/04/2021

Beef 2021: Prime beef rolled out as Beef Barbarians tackle Classic Wallabies

In country towns around Australia old footy boots are being dusted off and middle-aged legs are being pushed through laps of local ovals as a team of cattle industry identities prepares to return to the rugby paddock to take on the best of the best, a team of former Wallaby internationals, at Beef 2021 in Rocky on May 7…Read More

James Nason, 09/04/2021

Booming stud beef cattle entries received for Beef 2021

COVID 19 has had little impact on cattle numbers heading for Beef 2021 in Rockhampton next month, with booming entries received for stud cattle, commercial cattle and carcase competitions from across Australia by the time late entries closed at the end of March. Find out who the 21 judges are who will officiate across 30 beef breeds during the event…Read More

Beef Central, 08/04/2021

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