National Sheep Health Monitoring Project

Livestock health data captured from one-in-three sheep

The final numbers are in, and 2019 has proven to be another record-setting calendar year for the National Sheep Health Monitoring Project (NSHMP).
Around one-third of all sheep slaughtered in Australia were inspected at a participating abattoir.

Field days share $39 million relief package with local shows

Field day committees expecting at least a $50 million relief package to share amongst cancelled events will have to find support elsewhere.
The government has lumped them in with a $39 million package called the Supporting Agricultural Shows and Field Days program.

Field days share $39 million relief package with local shows

Field day committees expecting at least a $50 million relief package to share amongst cancelled events will have to find support elsewhere.
The government has lumped them in with a $39 million package called the Supporting Agricultural Shows and Field Days program.

World Ag Expo cancels 2021 event due to COVID-19

The International Agri-Center, home to the World Ag Expo in Tulare California, draws a crowd of over 100,000 from 65 countries that file through more than 1,400 exhibitors that display cutting-edge agricultural technology in February each year.

Farm machinery sales continue to increase in US and Canada

Putting more pressure on the availability of product for our local market, sales of tractors and self-propelled combines in August 2020 increased for the fifth month in a row in the US, and stayed above the previous year for the third consecutive month in Canada.

National Sheep Health Monitoring Project

Livestock health data captured from one-in-three sheep

The final numbers are in, and 2019 has proven to be another record-setting calendar year for the National Sheep Health Monitoring Project (NSHMP).
Around one-third of all sheep slaughtered in Australia were inspected at a participating abattoir.