A hay preservative helped a Victorian dairy farmer conserve late feed after a wet spring last year created challenges.
A Gippsland dairy farming couple uses their runoff country to grow all the silage they feed out to their milking herd.
A Victorian dairy farming family uses pink silage wrap to raise funds for and awareness of breast cancer.
Slow-moving pasture die-back, first noticed in Queensland in 2018, has been menacing parts of the Tweed Valley - reducing the body of summer-grown feed as winter arrives.
Israel is well-known for producing high-yielding dairy cows with excellent milk quality statistics, and indeed it exports genetics all over the world.
New seasonal feed quality test results showing the stark differences between wet and dry seasons have underlined the need for end users to measure and know what they are feeding.
DAIRY Australia's Forage Value Index was recently expanded to include annual and Italian ryegrass species for the first time.
Fall Armyworm has had its biggest impact in corn this season - the first in NSW since the pest arrived in Australia one year ago and growers have learned a lot from their experience.
Dairy farmers looking to maximise homegrown feed production and utilisation are invited to attend one of two upcoming courses.