‘Something magical happens with rosewood smoke and low heat and time, that just turns it into something a bit special’ – Marlborough Brahman breeder Matthew Noakes describing the 10 hour slow-barbecued Brahman humps the Smokin’ Yak team will be serving for the public at Beef 2018 this year. The post Beef 2018: Slow-barbecued Brahman humps… Read more »
ONLY a rural student far from home like Emma-Lea Compagnoni can appreciate the value of some financial help to continue her studies while staying connected with her farming family. The post Queensland-born student Emma-Lea values McGown bursary assistance appeared first on Sheep Central. Source: Sheep Central Queensland-born student Emma-Lea values McGown bursary assistance
THE online sheep and lamb offering continued to increase across eastern Australia last week, with AuctionsPlus reporting listings totalling 56,000 head, up 9000 on the previous week. The post AuctionsPlus sheep offering still rising with dry NSW conditions appeared first on Sheep Central. Source: Sheep Central AuctionsPlus sheep offering still rising with dry NSW… Read more »
Leveraging technology solutions such as Blockchain could help to deliver a better and more transparent livestock export reporting system, the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) believes. The post Blockchain could enhance live export reporting: Aus Veterinary Assn appeared first on Beef Central. Source: Beef Central Blockchain could enhance live export reporting: Aus Veterinary Assn
THE head of the joint venture company behind the purchase of the Elders’ feedlot and abattoir in Indonesia says the company sees a strong future for the Australia to Indonesia cattle trade, despite the current challenges confronting the sector. The post Elders feedlot buyer confident in future of Aus-Indo cattle trade appeared first on Beef… Read more »
A central Queensland cattle breeder was unable to walk or use the right side of his body after he fell off his horse while mustering. Almost two decades later, he is walking again. Source: ABC Livestock Brain-injured cattleman walks for first time in 18 years
Young cattle prices trended sharply downwards on AuctionsPlus this week, where listings eased to 10,393 head across five commercial sales. Tough seasonal conditions prevail across large parts of southern Australia, pushing large numbers through physical saleyards nationally. Steer categories from less than 250kg to +350kg were back at least 20c/kg, and in places more than… Read more »
As one of the most powerful lobby groups in the Territory, what are the priorities for the new NT Cattlemen’s Association president Christopher Nott? Source: ABC Beef Cattle Who is the new NT Cattlemen’s Association president?