Australia has won the inaugural Trans-Tasman Express Series butchers competition in Wellington.
IN avoidance of a hefty 30 per cent tariff on imported food products, rebranded Australian sheepmeat is being smuggled into India via the Middle East.
An incorrect diagnosis of Brucellosis crippled Michael Blake’s Galloway stud herd in 1997, and put a fire in his belly to improve the country’s biosecurity standards that has burned for 30 years.
WOOL buyers’ concerns about supply for the remainder of the season are raging as the forecast national offering dwindles.
The Palaszczuk government has moved quickly to amend licensing regulations that threatened to strangle large-scale exclusion fencing projects it had invested millions of dollars in.
Real world consumers are providing insights into how Australia can develop more valuable markets for lamb into the US and China.
While wool prices may be up there with the best seen for years, and cuts boosted by winter rain, the outlook in the shearing industry isn’t so rosy.
The average weekly kill in April was 17 per cent lower than last year, at 310,579 head says Meat and Livestock Australia.
GONE are the days Australia’s flock tracks over 100 million head, as a new equilibrium flock size for the country has been set between 70 and 77m.