Despite rain and wet conditions, a strong crowd turned out at the 2019 Northern Beef Producers Expo in Charters Towers on June 8 and 9.
Extremely high pregnancy testing results, undertaken in the grip of drought, have convinced Charleville cattle producers Kenton and Amy Peart they are on the right track with their breeding objectives.
Beef producers across the Burdekin are being urged to apply for free participation in the $30,000 Project Pioneer training program.
Researchers from CQUniversity Austtralia took to the field on May 29 to show cattle breeders some of the latest technological advances which could help their business.
The White family's idyllic looking farm in the heart of Kentucky's famed blue grass country is not without its challenges.
Farming techniques and new technologies have all been part of a touring experience for university students from the US.