Category: Sheep

Forward wool trading sparse as auction market seeks direction

FORWARD wool trading was again sparse this week, as the spot auction market closed for the Easter break still uncertain of direction…Read More Source: Sheep Central Forward wool trading sparse as auction market seeks direction

Holiday makers warned on exotic disease outbreak potential of food scraps

HOLIDAY makers have been reminded to dispose of food scraps carefully over the Easter break to minimise any potential for the introduction and spread of an exotic animal disease in Australia…Read More Source: Sheep Central Holiday makers warned on exotic disease outbreak potential of food scraps

Pre-Easter buying rush lifts crossbred and Merino wool prices

PRE-EASTER buying lifted prices for fine and Medium Merino wool in Melbourne auctions and crossbred lines nationally this week…Read More Source: Sheep Central Pre-Easter buying rush lifts crossbred and Merino wool prices

Recruitment: Don’t underestimate the value of an exit interview

SOME of the most honest and priceless feedback comes from employees that are leaving an organisation. Although it is typically too late to save that employee, they can provide helpful information for managers to consider improving the work environment for others…Read More Source: Sheep Central Recruitment: Don’t underestimate the value of an exit interview

Agtech: Young farmer’s mission to simplify farm management software

VICTORIAN engineer turned entrepreneur Jock Lawrence has returned home to his farming roots on a mission to simplify the farm management recording system. ..Read More Source: Sheep Central Agtech: Young farmer’s mission to simplify farm management software

Quad bike accidents focus attention on proposed safety standard

QUAD bike safety is under the spotlight again after two young boys were killed in quad bike incidents last weekend in Western Australia and Tasmania…Read More Source: Sheep Central Quad bike accidents focus attention on proposed safety standard

Australian Wool Industry Medal nominations sought for annual presentation

WORTHY Australian wool industry individuals are being sought by the Federation of Australian Wool Organisations to nominate for the 2019 Australian Wool Industry Medal…Read More Source: Sheep Central Australian Wool Industry Medal nominations sought for annual presentation

NSW and Victorian ultrafine wool producers excel in Zegna awards

NEW SOUTH Wales wool growers David and Angie Waters have won the prestigious Zegna Superfine Wool Trophy for the third consecutive year with a 15.2 micron bale produced under difficult conditions…Read More Source: Sheep Central NSW and Victorian ultrafine wool producers excel in Zegna awards

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 17 Apr 2019

Broad surface troughs and cold fronts triggered thunderstorms and showers with moderate fall across large parts of Western Australia, while onshore flow produced showers in the Cape York Peninsula, parts of the east coast of Queensland and northern New South Wales…Read More Source: Sheep Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 17 Apr 2019

Free sub clover test call to map high oestrogen cultivar areas

A FREE test service to determine the oestrogen content of sub clover pastures is being offered to southern Australian sheep producers keen to maximise their lamb production…Read More Source: Sheep Central Free sub clover test call to map high oestrogen cultivar areas

Child fatalities turn spotlight on quad bike safety

Quad bike safety is under the spotlight again after two young boys were killed in quad bike incidents on the weekend in Western Australia and Tasmania..Read More Source: Grain Central Child fatalities turn spotlight on quad bike safety

MLA aims to show how easy, sharing and unwasteful lamb can be

MEAT & Livestock Australia’s new Autumn Lamb campaign has been launched this week, with a new focus on limiting food waste within an overall theme of  highlighting easy preparation methods and the ‘share the lamb’ concept of bringing people together…Read More Source: Sheep Central MLA aims to show how easy, sharing and unwasteful lamb… Read more »

AuctionsPlus online sheep and lamb numbers almost double with rain

AUSTRALIA’S online sheep and lamb offerings last week almost doubled as recent rainfall, and high saleyard prices and strong wool demand boosted the confidence of sellers and buyers…Read More Source: Sheep Central AuctionsPlus online sheep and lamb numbers almost double with rain

Registrations open for AWI’s 2019 National Merino Challenge

AUSTRALIAN Wool Innovation has opened registrations from the industry’s next generation for the 2019 National Merino Challenge in Sydney in May…Read More Source: Sheep Central Registrations open for AWI’s 2019 National Merino Challenge

Queensland stock agent wins national young auctioneers competition

QUEENSLAND stock agent Anthony O’Dwyer has won the 2019 ALPA National Young Auctioneers Competition at his first attempt as the state’s representative at the Sydney Royal Easter Show. Anthony, 25,..Read More Source: Sheep Central Queensland stock agent wins national young auctioneers competition

Perennial ryegrass pastures in high rainfall areas hit by plant deaths

SHEEP and beef producers are being advised to assess the extent of plant deaths in their pastures before releasing stock from feedlots and sacrifice paddocks, and especially in high rainfall..Read More Source: Sheep Central Perennial ryegrass pastures in high rainfall areas hit by plant deaths

Forward wool market trading close to auction prices at low volumes

AUSTRALIA’S spot auction wool market continued its trend of the last two months this week, with Merino fleece lines again easing and crossbreds continuing to be in demand…Read More Source: Sheep Central Forward wool market trading close to auction prices at low volumes

Agriculture Victoria offers pasture seminars to sheep and beef producers

AGRICULTURE Victoria will support beef and sheep producers affected by difficult seasonal conditions with a phone/online seminar on pasture recovery next week…Read More Source: Sheep Central Agriculture Victoria offers pasture seminars to sheep and beef producers

Sheep rivalling cattle as western Qld restocks after rain

SHEEP are re-emerging as an attractive restocking option after recent rain for properties in Queensland’s central west that converted to cattle during the low wool price years of the 1990s and 2000s…Read More Source: Sheep Central Sheep rivalling cattle as western Qld restocks after rain

Crossbred wool continues to buck quality-driven price slide

CROSSBRED wools bound for the fake fur and knitwear trade in China reached record price levels at auctions this week, although the industry’s benchmark indicator slipped lower…Read More Source: Sheep Central Crossbred wool continues to buck quality-driven price slide

Live exporters will continue reform agenda under a Labor Government

AUSTRALIA’S peak live animal exporter body will continue the sector’s reform agenda even if a proposed phase-out of sheep exports gains political momentum after next month’s Federal Election…Read More Source: Sheep Central Live exporters will continue reform agenda under a Labor Government

Senators probe merit of CCTV cameras in red meat processing plants

SHOULD CCTV cameras be made mandatory in Australian red meat processing plants? The question arose during Senate Estimates in Canberra last week when members of the Rural and Regional Affairs..Read More Source: Sheep Central Senators probe merit of CCTV cameras in red meat processing plants

‘First look’ climate outlook for May-July 2019

May to July is likely to be drier than average over some parts of eastern Australia, but wetter for parts of inland WA, and scattered parts of the northern Australian coastline, acording to the Bureau of Meteorology’s ‘first look’ seasonal climate outlook for May, June and July, released today…Read More Source: Beef Central ‘First… Read more »

Young sheep industry leaders join director course intake

YOUNG sheep industry leaders are among the latest intake in the Australian Institute of Company Directors’ Foundations of Directorship program…Read More Source: Sheep Central Young sheep industry leaders join director course intake

Coalition promises farmers jail term laws for activists if re-elected

EXTREME vegan activism became an election issue today, with the Coalition Government promising to introduce laws with jail terms for activists publishing details to encourage farm and business trespass if elected…Read More Source: Sheep Central Coalition promises farmers jail term laws for activists if re-elected

Victorian farmer asks is livestock farming RSPCA approved or not?

RSPCA Australia has refused to publicly declare its support for farmers accredited under its ‘RSPCA Approved’ animal welfare scheme, despite recent vegan activist protests targeting livestock farming and processors…Read More Source: Sheep Central Victorian farmer asks is livestock farming RSPCA approved or not?

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 10 Apr 2019

The monsoon trough and embedded tropical systems produced moderate falls across northern tropical Australia, while a series of cold fronts tracked across southern Australia, generating moderate falls in Tasmania…Read More Source: Sheep Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 10 Apr 2019

Online wool sales slump with buyer reluctance then lift this week

ONLINE wool sales suffered last week, as the market was affected by the quantities of drought-affected wool in auction offerings; however, online sales early this week might indicate a change in buying sentiment…Read More Source: Sheep Central Online wool sales slump with buyer reluctance then lift this week

Australian Lamb Paddock to Plate Story to star at Sydney show + VIDEO

SYDNEY Royal Easter Show visitors will be told the Australia Lamb Paddock to Plate Story through a 360-degree virtual reality experience with Meat & Livestock Australia this week…Read More Source: Sheep Central Australian Lamb Paddock to Plate Story to star at Sydney show + VIDEO

Animal activists arrested as protests span four states

ANIMAL activists have occupied abattoirs, protested at other processing plants across Australia and been arrested at a Melbourne demonstration as part of a series of planned actions today…Read More Source: Sheep Central Animal activists arrested as protests span four states

AuctionsPlus sheep and lamb offerings lift from NSW and southern QLD

AUCTIONSPLUS sheep and lamb numbers increased slightly last week, helped by bigger offerings from central Victoria and southern Queensland…Read More Source: Sheep Central AuctionsPlus sheep and lamb offerings lift from NSW and southern QLD

Australia’s wool clip forecast to be the lowest since 1924

AUSTRALIA’S wool production is forecast to fall below 300 million kilograms for the first time in more than 90 years in 2019 and to continue to fall next season…Read More Source: Sheep Central Australia’s wool clip forecast to be the lowest since 1924

Recruitment: Do you have an employee induction program?

Whether yours is a small business or a larger organisation, you’ll need an employee induction program so new employees quickly understand their role and responsibilities. The investment in time will pay dividends as they settle into their new role…Read More Source: Grain Central Recruitment: Do you have an employee induction program?

China's fake-fur coat craze driving up wool prices for Australian farmers

Crossbred wool has been regarded as the “poor cousin” of the merino, but farmers’ record high prices are thanks to an interesting fashion trend overseas. Source: ABC Livestock China’s fake-fur coat craze driving up wool prices for Australian farmers

Mutton market staying strong, but not at record indicator levels yet

STRONG global demand for quality heavy mutton and restricted supplies has kept mutton prices high in recent weeks, but not quite at historical national indicator peaks…Read More Source: Sheep Central Mutton market staying strong, but not at record indicator levels yet

Nominations open for $30,000 Nuffield scholarships in 2020

AGRICULTURAL youth scholarship body Nuffield has opened nominations for its 2020 program for young farmers, with more than 25 $30,000 scholarships on offer…Read More Source: Sheep Central Nominations open for ,000 Nuffield scholarships in 2020

Aussie Farms website set to go under Privacy Act restrictions

ANIMAL activist website Aussie Farms might have to be removed or changed after the Coalition Government moved to bring the site under the jurisdiction of the Privacy Act…Read More Source: Sheep Central Aussie Farms website set to go under Privacy Act restrictions

WA shearer survey aims to solve training issues for all

SHEARERS and contractors across Australia are being urged to participate in an online shearer training survey initiated by the Western Australian Shearing Industry Association…Read More Source: Sheep Central WA shearer survey aims to solve training issues for all

Livestock loading deaths spark renewed safety and design focus

SHEEP and cattle handling standards need to include areas of separation between livestock and people in yards to improve worker safety, according to Victorian farmer leader Leonard Vallance. The Victorian..Read More Source: Sheep Central Livestock loading deaths spark renewed safety and design focus

Meet the city girl who quit her desk job to train 17 sheepdogs

Jenny Whitelock was introduced to sheepdog trials by a man who accidentally sold her a blind border collie — now it’s her biggest passion. Source: ABC Livestock Meet the city girl who quit her desk job to train 17 sheepdogs

Construction starts at Ridley’s new Bendigo mill

The start of construction of Ridley’s mill at Wellsford was marked this week with a ceremony attended by local government and those involved in design and building. The new mill near Bendigo is ideally located in a prime grain-growing region…Read More Source: Grain Central Construction starts at Ridley’s new Bendigo mill

Farmer leaders welcome a Federal Budget that Labor calls “a con”

THE Morrison Government’s conditional pre-election Federal Budget for 2019-20 has been welcomed by the nation’s farming bodies with some reservations, but condemned by the Opposition as “a con” and indicating no strategic plan by the Liberal-Nationals Coalition for the sector…Read More Source: Sheep Central Farmer leaders welcome a Federal Budget that Labor calls “a… Read more »

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 3 Apr 2019

Ex-tropical cyclone Trevor produced heavy falls from western to central Queensland, with heavy falls also over the eastern Top End, while a cold front and pre-frontal trough tracked across southeast Australia, and brought moderate falls to much of eastern Australia…Read More Source: Beef Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 3 Apr 2019

Online wool buying continues despite auction market slide

WOOL buyers continued to supplement auction purchases with online buying last week, with AuctionsPlus selling 56 bales amid a physical auction market retraction…Read More Source: Sheep Central Online wool buying continues despite auction market slide

Australian lamb racks selling well as American sheep industry declines

AUSTRALIAN lamb imports at higher prices are benefiting from a sustained decline in the American sheep industry, Meat & Livestock Australia has reported…Read More Source: Sheep Central Australian lamb racks selling well as American sheep industry declines

Shearing history made at first New Zealand women’s title final

NEW Zealand’s world championship wool handling hope Pagan Karauria has passed another milestone with a win in the historic first NZ Shearing Championships’ women’s shearing final last week…Read More Source: Sheep Central Shearing history made at first New Zealand women’s title final

Bluey Merino persists as AWI claims no focus on garment innovation + VIDEO

Grower story – Karori Pastoral Co from Bluey Merino HQ on Vimeo. AUSTRALIAN Wool Innovation has claimed its focus is not on garment innovation, while defending its lack of development..Read More Source: Sheep Central Bluey Merino persists as AWI claims no focus on garment innovation + VIDEO

Eight-hour Merino ewe shearing record still stands despite world-class attempt

NEW South Wales shearer Josh Clayton failed in his first attempt on the eight-hour Merino ewe record on the weekend, but put up a world-class effort under trying conditions…Read More Source: Sheep Central Eight-hour Merino ewe shearing record still stands despite world-class attempt

New Grassland Society branch to hold first pasture update at Euroa

A NEW Mid-Goulburn branch of the Grassland Society of Southern Australia will host its first event in several years at Euroa next week…Read More Source: Sheep Central New Grassland Society branch to hold first pasture update at Euroa

WoolProducers Australia ‘raises the baa’ for new leaders

PEAK grower body WoolProducers Australia is seeking nominations for the second round of participants in its ‘Raising the Baa’ Leadership in Agriculture Program…Read More Source: Sheep Central WoolProducers Australia ‘raises the baa’ for new leaders

Fox & Lillie and HSBC complete world-first blockchain wool transaction

AUSTRALIAN wool exporter Fox & Lillie and the HSBC bank have completed what is believed to be the industry’s first cross-border blockchain transaction with a Chinese importer involving a digitised letter of credit…Read More Source: Sheep Central Fox & Lillie and HSBC complete world-first blockchain wool transaction

Quality Merino and crossbred wool gets buyer support in falling market

AUSTRALIAN Merino wool prices continued to track downward this week in a continuing pattern of “two markets,” although crossbred lines bucked the trend, AWEX senior market analyst Lionel Plunkett said…Read More Source: Sheep Central Quality Merino and crossbred wool gets buyer support in falling market

Mutton sheep prices hit 660c/kg-plus, Wagga Wagga first cross ewes to $234

MUTTON sheep prices hit new heights at Wagga Wagga in New South Wales yesterday as tighter quality supply, export contract demands and competition pushed rates over 660c/kg cwt at times and up to $234 a head for crossbred ewes…Read More Source: Sheep Central Mutton sheep prices hit 660c/kg-plus, Wagga Wagga first cross ewes to… Read more »

Australian shearers step up to attempt new eight hour Merino ewe record

AUSTRALIAN shearers will try to set a new eight-hour Merino ewe record in the next month, starting with an attempt by New South Wales shearer Josh Clayton on Saturday…Read More Source: Sheep Central Australian shearers step up to attempt new eight hour Merino ewe record

The hunt is on to find Australia’s top young wool brokers

NOMINATIONS are being called for the award that recognises Australia’s top young wool brokers and Sheep Central has proudly come on board as a media sponsor…Read More Source: Sheep Central The hunt is on to find Australia’s top young wool brokers

Seasonal climate outlook April-June 2019

In a substantial turnaround since last month, BOM’s latest three-month weather outlook suggests the chance of April to June rainfall being above median is close to 50pc across the country, meaning there is no indication that the coming three months will be significantly wetter or drier than average…Read More Source: Sheep Central Seasonal climate… Read more »

Rural crime prevention and pasture set to steal the show at Stawell

RURAL crime and how to steal some benefit from the tough dry season will be addressed at a Perennial Pasture Systems update at Stawell in Victoria next week…Read More Source: Sheep Central Rural crime prevention and pasture set to steal the show at Stawell

ANZ positive on sheep meat and wool, but warns on China reliance

AUSTRALIA’S sheep meat and wool sectors have benefited from the marked decline in the national flock, putting the industry leading to its strongest position in decades, according to ANZ’s agricultural..Read More Source: Sheep Central ANZ positive on sheep meat and wool, but warns on China reliance

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 27 March 2019

Severe tropical cyclone Trevor produced heavy falls in the Cape York Peninsula and Gulf Country; also the north tropical Queensland coast. Severe tropical cyclone Veronica approached the northwest coast near Port Hedland, bringing heavy falls to the Pilbara coast…Read More Source: Beef Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 27 March 2019

Buyers pick up 19-20 micron fleece in AuctionsPlus sales

BUYER preference for higher quality wool was reflected in online demand on the AuctionsPlus platform last week…Read More Source: Sheep Central Buyers pick up 19-20 micron fleece in AuctionsPlus sales

New definition for Australian lamb moves one step closer

AUSTRALIA’S new definition for lamb has moved closer to implementation, with changes to the Export Control (Meat and Meat Products) Orders 2005 registered this week…Read More Source: Sheep Central New definition for Australian lamb moves one step closer

MLA is seeking grassroots producer sponsorship proposals

GRASSROOTS producer events needing sponsorship of up to $10,000 are being sought by Meat & Livestock Australia…Read More Source: Sheep Central MLA is seeking grassroots producer sponsorship proposals

MLA welcomes federal assistance on pasture dieback research

MEAT & Livestock Australia has welcomed a $3 million grant for further pasture dieback research from the Minister for Agriculture & Water Resources, committing to match the Commonwealth Government’s investment dollar for dollar…Read More Source: Sheep Central MLA welcomes federal assistance on pasture dieback research

VFF Livestock leader opts for consumer slant on farm trespass issue

FARM trespass fines and penalties should be increased on behalf of consumers’ rights to good quality food without interference from animal activists, Victorian Farmers Federation Livestock president Leonard Vallance said today…Read More Source: Sheep Central VFF Livestock leader opts for consumer slant on farm trespass issue

Rain improves AuctionsPlus sheep and lamb clearance rate

AUCTIONSPLUS’ online sheep and lamb clearance rate increased by 10pc last week after significant falls of rain across parts of New South Wales…Read More Source: Sheep Central Rain improves AuctionsPlus sheep and lamb clearance rate

Farmers with grand designs open modern shearing shed in South Australia

New shearing sheds are no easy task to build, but the McGorman family’s new custom shed on their property in Sanderston, 80 kilometres east of Adelaide, is worth every cent. Source: ABC Livestock Farmers with grand designs open modern shearing shed in South Australia

Forward and spot auction wool markets suffering pipeline risk

IT was a disappointing week all round for the spot and the forward markets, although the week started firmly with reports of modest demand following last week’s retraction in prices…Read More Source: Sheep Central Forward and spot auction wool markets suffering pipeline risk

Good wool prices hold, but quality and strong dollar drops benchmark

LOWER quality wools and an unfavourable $A-US exchange rate combined to force Australia’s wool price benchmark down further this week, although lines of good specification continued to hold value…Read More Source: Sheep Central Good wool prices hold, but quality and strong dollar drops benchmark

Australia’s goat meat exports down, supply and new consumer challenges ahead

AUSTRALIA’S goat meat market supply chain faces challenges, despite positive export prospects, Meat & Livestock Australia’s latest Goatmeat Global Snapshot has indicated…Read More Source: Sheep Central Australia’s goat meat exports down, supply and new consumer challenges ahead

Will young Merino or crossbred ewes make up to $500 after the break?

COULD young commercial Merino and crossbred ewes make up to $500 when it rains? Australian Association of Stud Merino Breeders president Peter Meyer raised the prospect at a St Arnaud field day yesterday…Read More Source: Sheep Central Will young Merino or crossbred ewes make up to 0 after the break?

Recruitment: Eight points to note when giving employee feedback

We’ve all been there ourselves. We have received feedback and certainly know the way it’s delivered impacts the way it’s received. For managers of agribusinesses anywhere along the red meat supply chain, there are important aspects to consider when delivering feedback to employees…Read More Source: Beef Central Recruitment: Eight points to note when giving employee… Read more »

Applications called for second round of Smart Farming Program grants

SMART Farming Partnership grants of up to $4 million are now available for projects that improve the sustainability of Australian agriculture…Read More Source: Sheep Central Applications called for second round of Smart Farming Program grants

How farmers won wild dog war to see lambs thrive for first time in years

Michael and Beryl Ryan used to dread waking up to check their livestock each morning, fearful of the carnage they would find after wild dogs had gone through their property. Source: ABC Livestock How farmers won wild dog war to see lambs thrive for first time in years

AWI leader Garnsey’s claim of review agreement cooperation refuted by Littleproud

MINISTER for Agriculture and Water Resources David Littleproud has refuted a claim by Australian Wool Innovation chair Colette Garnsey that he co-operated with the levy-funded body to reach a consensus with grower groups on key recommendations by an Ernst-Young review of AWI’s performance and governance…Read More Source: Sheep Central AWI leader Garnsey’s claim of… Read more »

WoolProducers Australia claims victory in no grower vote on governance issues

PEAK wool grower body WoolProducers Australia has claimed it has not disenfranchised its grower members by negotiating with Australian Wool Innovation to avoid a contentious extraordinary meeting over governance issues…Read More Source: Sheep Central WoolProducers Australia claims victory in no grower vote on governance issues

New wild dog and fox control method performs in field trials + VIDEO

A NEW humane control method for wild dogs and foxes with less risk to non-target species has passed field testing in outback South Australia…Read More Source: Sheep Central New wild dog and fox control method performs in field trials + VIDEO

Exporters welcome new livestock shipment standards, WA graziers urge caution

SHEEP and cattle exporters have welcomed the final report into a review of the Australian Standards for the Export of Livestock (ASEL) via sea, but Western Australian graziers believe its recommendations should not be implemented without considering economic impacts…Read More Source: Sheep Central Exporters welcome new livestock shipment standards, WA graziers urge caution

More DEXA installations coming in lamb and beef plants

Three new contracts have been signed in recent weeks with lamb processors across Australia for the installation of Dual-Energy X-ray (DEXA) carcase scanning systems, while an additional beef system is also likely to be installed in coming months…Read More Source: Sheep Central More DEXA installations coming in lamb and beef plants

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 20 Mar 2019

A coastal trough and associated low produced showers and thunderstorms, with moderate to heavy falls along the east coast of Australia, while a monsoon trough and embedded tropical systems generated moderate falls across northern Australia…Read More Source: Beef Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 20 Mar 2019

New conditions on Middle East live sheep exports proposed

LIVE sheep exports from Australia to the Middle East would be formally banned in June, July and August this year in a new law, as part of proposed conditions released for comment by the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources…Read More Source: Sheep Central New conditions on Middle East live sheep exports proposed

Same-day on-farm test for sheep footrot moves a step closer

ON-FARM same-day footrot testing is a step closer after successful testing of a new method on several sheep properties across Victoria…Read More Source: Sheep Central Same-day on-farm test for sheep footrot moves a step closer

Scanned in-lamb ewes and selected dry ewes meet strongest online demand

SCANNED in-lamb crossbred and Merino ewes and lines suitable for immediate joining attracted the strongest competition from restocking sheep breeders in online sales last week…Read More Source: Sheep Central Scanned in-lamb ewes and selected dry ewes meet strongest online demand

‘First look’ climate outlook for April-June 2019

There are ‘near-equal’ chances of a wetter or drier three months for most of Australia, according to the Bureau of Meteorology’s ‘first-look’ climate outlook for April to June 2019. ..Read More Source: Beef Central ‘First look’ climate outlook for April-June 2019

WA sheep research scholarship deadline only weeks away

VALUABLE tertiary sheep research scholarships worth up to $38,000 annually are now available for Western Australian students…Read More Source: Sheep Central WA sheep research scholarship deadline only weeks away

WA releases improved sheep condition scoring app + VIDEO

A NEW improved sheep condition scoring app has been released in Western Australia to help boost productivity in the states sheep meat and wool industry…Read More Source: Sheep Central WA releases improved sheep condition scoring app + VIDEO