By replacing labour and time-consuming tasks with technology, your herd is closely monitored at all times and you get the most accurate cow data for informed and data-driven decisions. Here are 3 important tasks, ready to be automated.
Clarence Valley graziers Marg and Dave GIllespies' land management work on their property has received an an extra boost in the annual Gallagher Landcare Fencing Grants program.
Changes in the Chain of Responsibility law aims to ensure everyone in the supply chain shares responsibility for identifying breaches of the Heavy Vehicle National Law.
When Warren and Meg Salter first considered the Tru-Test Remote Walk Over Weighing Flexi Mobile, system they were running an 18,000-head cattle feedlot turning over 60-80,000 head a year.
Conventional farmers keen to transition away from their dependence on synthetic chemical fertilisers are driving demand for natural alternatives.
While the COVID-19 lockdowns and restrictions may be necessary to keep us safe during this pandemic, there is no doubt they have been tough on many Australians.
New infrastructure has enabled the Kaylock family to make the most of the latest technology and animal husbandry practices as part of their proactive approach to sheep management.
The ACM Landcare Community Group Award acknowledges an outstanding community group improving sustainable land use and/or is undertaking on-ground action to protect, enhance or restore the natural values of an area on behalf of the wider community.