Beef Cattle

The Importance of Supplementation of Breeding Cows Grazing Winter Pastures

The goal of weaning is to produce a good calf that performs to its genetic potential and to keep the breeding herd in good condition, in order to…

Pasture Supplementation

We are in the midst of an excellent pasture growing season, a welcome reprieve after the droughts and fires that Australia has experienced in recent…

Methane - Not Just Hot Air

With the topic of methane reduction being widely discussed in both Australia and internationally, the Riverina Stockfeeds Nutrition Team has provided…

Understanding PCAS

Riverina is proud to be able to support our customers certified under the Pasturefed Cattle Assurance System (PCAS).

Producer Guide: Feeding Dry Supplements

Dry supplements should ideally be introduced before conditions become dry and cattle start to lose weight. Feeding earlier means you will utilise more…

Directions for Use of Liquid Pasture Supplements

Riverina Pasture Supplements are designed to be fed when there is an abundant supply of roughage available.

Notes on Feedlotting Cattle

In order to take advantage of grain-based feedlot rations, small and large feedlot operators must look at all the factors involved with feedlotting.

Herd your cattle towards healthy gestation

During the cooler seasons, cereal crops and green pastures typically experience a decline in uptake of minerals from the soil

Should you Supplement your Cattle Feed this Autumn/Winter?

There have been some great rainfalls recorded recently, the country is looking great and there's a good body of pasture in your paddock. Should you…

Magnesium Deficiency – Grass Tetany

Cattle store very little magnesium in their body and rely on Magnesium being supplied daily in their feed. If pasture levels are low this can trigger…