CowTRAQ collars offers early detection of health issues and intensive monitoring of transition cows and post-treatment recovery Better known for their rotary and inline milking
The seven sharpest young dairy cattle judges and the most skilled dairy cattle paraders will face-off in the finals at EKKA in Brisbane from 7
In Europe, large scale dairy farms are turning to on-site biogas plants to meet their energy needs while cutting their carbon emissions
Online trading platform Milk Exchange delivered a first for the Australian dairy industry when it attracted strong interest from buyers and sellers in an auction for farm milk
Rush down to the shop and grab a bottle of the milk voted as the tastiest you will ever drink
It appears that not everyone in the Dairy industry in Queensland is behind the Fair Go Dairy Scheme as ADPF looks to quash the ACCC decision
Now research led by Queen’s University Belfast has found that “livestock lockdown” may damage emotional wellbeing in dairy cows.
Wheat growers are being urged to monitor the effectiveness of fungicides this season after the common wheat disease, Septoria tritici blotch (STB), was discovered to be resistant to Group 11
AEGIC welcomes the establishment of Katalis, a new economic co-operation hub between Indonesia and Australia which will help drive grain trade between the two countries. Katalis – which means “catalyst” in
On World Ranger Day we are celebrating the significant contribution our Indigenous Rangers make in protecting Australia from exotic pests and diseases. Minister for Agriculture and Northern Australia, David Littleproud
Western Australian grain growers are being urged to ‘walk through paddocks’ to check for mouse activity and crop damage to determine whether they need to start baiting programs this season.
Expressions of interest are invited for projects to manage and prepare for the impacts of drought through the Australian Government’s $5 billion Future Drought Fund (FDF). The Drought Resilience Innovation
The Australian Marine Conservation Society (AMCS) says a study released today by researchers at the University of Western Australia (UWA) shows that larger fishes can be found in Australia’s no-take