Precise records ensured the Auchterlonie's Gippsland herd was selected to be part of DataGene's Ginfo program, the dairy industry's reference database for genetic information.
Agriculture Victoria research scientists have developed a model that can predict how likely a dairy cow is to conceive to first insemination with up to 77 per cent accuracy.
A Victorian dairy farmer takes a simple approach to his breeding decisions, making the most of the tools available to him.
Dairy farmers now have access to a new online tool to build their skills and adapt their management approach to biosecurity risks.
A new program will boost the dairy industry's food safety culture and training options to ensure South Australian dairy processors remain at the forefront in best practice
A Dairy Australia initiative upskilling dairy professionals to deliver higher quality reproduction services to farmers is helping to lift performance in Australia's dairy herds.
THE incredible impact Lyndon and Joyce Cleggett, Brookleigh, Glencoe, SA, have had on the Guernsey industry was recognised at this year's Guernsey feature breed showing at the Royal Adelaide Show.
Australia's first team of young dairy men and women to compete at the European Young Breeders School in Battice, Belgium, has returned home having scored a great team result.
Most dairy farmers will say there's nothing more important to their business than their cows. But for Brodie and Kevin Game, their herd of up to 350 is their biggest asset.
Increased flexibility of cattle movement within tick-free zones is a major concern to dairy biosecurity.