Gippsland dairy farmer Huw Evans slashed his expenditure on antibiotic dry cow therapy by 75 per cent while maintaining his low cell count by making informed decisions using herd test data.
Northern Victorian dairy farmers Andrew and Christine Sebire have safeguarded the health and welfare of their closed herd by creating a tailored biosecurity plan for their farm.
Developing supply chains for male dairy calves has the potential to increase returns for farmers and meet growing consumer demand for greater animal welfare produced products.
A Sydney University researcher is looking at the feasibility of running dairy cows and calves together in pasture-based systems.
Automatic lameness detection and monitoring of dairy cows using computer vision and machine learning could improve animal welfare and economic performance.
After four years of using automatic heat detection for the herd, Toby Leppin does not miss the manual system.
A collaboration between Holstein Australia and Holstein UK allows young people from both countries to get a taste of the dairy industry overseas.
World-leading genetics experts will outline what the future is likely to hold for the industry at a major Victorian conference in March.