Scientists understand cattle not climate villains, but media still missing message

The message that not all greenhouse gas emissions are created equal and livestock are in fact a potential global warming solution has made it all the way to the IPCC, but is still being ignored by the mainstream media, internationally renowned air quality expert Dr Frank Mitloehner told Alltech One global virtual conference on Friday night…Read More

James Nason, May 25, 2020

Webinar: Phosphorous supplementation for better performance in northern Australia

A producer webinar focusing on the benefits in phosphorous supplementation in northern Australia will be held on Monday…Read More

Beef Central, May 22, 2020

Research finds best bait rate for wild dogs

Newly published research results have shown the optimum 1080 aerial delivery rate of 40 baits per linear kilometre will successfully eliminate more than 90 per cent of wild dogs, to reduce their impact on agriculture, native wildlife, the environment and community…Read More

James Nason, May 21, 2020

Trucking company, driver fined after ticky cattle move

A transport company and a driver have been fined $25,000 and $5000 respectively for failing to take reasonable actions to prevent a cattle tick infestation in the free zone…Read More

Beef Central, May 16, 2020

New products: Research leads to new two-in-one injectable

Animal health company Boehringer Ingelheim’s Australian and New Zealand teams have launched a new injectable trace mineral product with the addition of B12, created through across-the-ditch collaboration to solve a long-standing formulation challenge…Read More

Beef Central, May 13, 2020

Restockers urged to reduce stress to combat pneumonia in cattle

Cattle restockers are being urged to consider introducing stress mitigation measures in their enterprises to help combat a rise in pneumonia related cattle deaths in the Central West…Read More

Beef Central, April 24, 2020

Succession planning – keeping you and your family business ‘healthy’

Regardless of the times we find ourselves in, however, succession planning is a critical topic for primary producers…Read More

Frances Becker, McCullough Robertson, April 24, 2020

Agtech plays a bigger role in measuring competition’s paddock to plate performance

Technology will play a larger role in measuring performance and animal behaviour from paddock to plate during western Queensland’s 2020 Westech Steer Challenge…Read More

Beef Central, April 21, 2020

NQ sugar mill exporting molasses urged to look after local farmers first

Queensland Senator Susan McDonald and Federal Leichhardt MP Warren Entsch have accused Thai-owned MSF Sugar in North Queensland of “failing famers” after it will send most of the molasses it produces this year to Thailand…Read More

Beef Central, April 21, 2020

NSW DPI offers biosecurity tips to limit spread of pasture dieback

NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) has urged producers and contractors to adopt thorough biosecurity practices to help limit the spread of pasture dieback, which has been identified for the first time in NSW on the North Coast…Read More

Beef Central, April 16, 2020

$5.4m investment in R&D projects to tackle pasture dieback

A $5.4 million industry/government investment is being made in new research projects investigating pasture dieback amid concerns over its re-emergence following widespread rain across parts of Queensland…Read More

Beef Central, April 15, 2020

Will feral pig culls be ramped up if ASF reaches Australia?

Would Australia go in ‘all guns blazing’ to cull feral pig populations if an African Swine Fever outbreak is detected here?..Read More

James Nason, April 8, 2020

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