Continued dry conditions have resulted in many Victorian sheep surviving on hand feeding alone.
Two of Australia's most innovative rural companies have joined forces to revolutionize the way primary producers do business.
A syndicate of leading White Suffolk breeders is adopting large-scale DNA testing to identify breeding animals carrying genes for tenderness and eating quality.
With dry conditions throughout much of Victoria, livestock producers are being reminded not to transport any weak stock in poor body condition.
The Campaign for Wool, of which HRH Prince of Wales is patron, is proud to celebrate Wool Week with some of Australia's top fashion and interiors retailers, including Country Road and Sydney's Designer Rugs.
Grains farmers in Australia are fortunate to have access to biosecurity advice specifically for their industry from Grains Farm Biosecurity Officers in each of the main grain growing states.
It is no secret that Australian farmers rely heavily on their working dogs to carry out stock work economically and efficiently. The value of these dogs was highlighted last year with the record sale of a kelpie for $12,000 at the Casterton Working Dog Auction.
Recording the performance of the Australia’s sheep flocks is to become quicker and easier following development of a new mob-based walk over weighing system as a result of an initiative of the Cooperative Research Centre for Sheep Industry Innovation (Sheep CRC).