Managing a livestock business in western Queensland is a significant undertaking, but new technology could help ease the tyranny of distance for producers.
Major supermarkets’ decision to discount lamb cuts as high as 30 per cent recently has left small butchers reeling, as independent owners struggle to pass on the extraordinary saleyard prices.
A free trade deal with affluent Europe might take many years to complete, but it will critical for Australian meat producers
AUSTRALIAN Wool Innovation (AWI) chiefs are doubtful shareholders of Graziers' Investment Company (GIC) will receive a slice of the dormant company’s $20 million bank balance once liquidation is finalised.
The Australian sheepmeat industry is campaigning United Kingdom to remove country-specific tariff quotas which have given New Zealand (NZ) a $500 million trade leg-up annually for the past four decades.
When Ian Cullen called for help to destroy wild dogs that were killing his sheep more than 70 willing people rushed to the scene.
Drug and alcohol testing in shearing sheds has been proposed in an effort to tackle widespread reports of methamphetamine, or 'ice', abuse in the Australian wool industry.