Key insights about current international market trends and how Australian red meat is positioned in the global marketplace will feature at Meat and Livestock Australia's annual general meeting.
RECORDS were falling fast at the Northern Victorian Livestock Exchange (NVLX) yesterday when local agents sold 3000 head at the monthly store sale.
FOR more than 80 years and through three generations, the Paspaley family has blazed new trails in the pearling industry.
THE shape and pace of the livestock export sector’s regulatory reform agenda is set to be the central debate at the industry’s national conference, LIVEXforum 2016, in Canberra next week.
The Maranoa Regional Council will continue charging a $1.40/head buyers fee despite a growing backlash over the implementation.
THREE hundred Australian cattle have arrived at the first partner site in South Kalimantan, Indonesia, as part of the Indonesia –Australia Commercial Cattle Breeding Program (IACCB).
AUSTRALIA cattle, sheep and goat producers will have their knowledge of on-farm food safety requirements assessed from January next year.
COULD glass walled walkways at abattoirs, allowing the entire process of cattle and lamb slaughter to be seen by touring groups, be the future?
LIMITING livestock commission buyers to one order would put many out of business, have unintended negative consequences to competition for stock and would likely lead to the closure of smaller saleyards.
HAVING people on the ground and understanding the culture we are operating in will be key to Australia’s ability to tap into the potential of Vietnam’s fast-growing feedlot industry, according to one of our leading live cattle exporters.