The first class of interns to complete the inaugural Livestock Consulting Internship program officially graduated from the two-year program last Thursday, marking a significant milestone along their career path as livestock consultants.
Meat & Livestock Australia has announced it will hold its annual general meeting in Alice Springs in November.
More than 50 producers across Queensland have responded to Meat & Livestock Australia’s (MLA) survey around recent pasture dieback.
Meat & Livestock Australia says Australia’s world leading red meat and livestock quality assurance programs will be strengthened by move to a single management structure, via the newly created Integrity Systems Company.
A new financial literacy tool designed for Australian agriculture can help to transform how Australian beef producers operate their businesses, according to Cattle Council Chief Executive Officer, Duncan Bremner.
Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) has announced an action plan to map and address recent pasture dieback across many parts of Central Queensland and the South Burnett region.
For the first quarter of 2017 feeder and slaughter cattle exports were back 45pc compared with 2016 levels, to 161,045 head, underpinned by lower availability of Australian cattle, high cattle prices and a range of in-market challenges.
Building multi-generational businesses and on-farm resilience in the face of ongoing drought will be among the topics discussed at Meat & Livestock Australia’s (MLA) BeefUp Day at Windorah in Western Queensland on Thursday, 27 April.
Meat & Livestock Australia is calling for applications for the position of Coordinator of the Western Australian Livestock Research Council (WALRC).
High-level talks to prevent possible trade repercussions for Australia’s cattle export industry to Vietnam in response to Australia’s suspension of Vietnamese prawn imports continue, the NTCA conference in Darwin was told last Friday.