Evidence-based training drives confident decision-making
The EverGraze program’s evidence-based research has provided Andrew and Jill Stewart, who farm in the Otway Ranges, Victoria, with the confidence to make significant management changes in their prime lamb enterprise, in response to challenging
Towards 2020 and beyond the focus of MLA AGM
The future of the Australian red meat and livestock industry towards 2020 and beyond was the firm focus of the Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) Annual General Meeting held today in Hahndorf, South Australia. The future of the Australian red
Western Riverina cattle producers Jim and Jane Ives have identified sustainability as their most important goal and are tackling it head on. Western Riverina cattle producers Jim and Jane Ives have identified sustainability as their most
Informed decisions ensure the future of your flock
Ovine Brucellosis (OB), a contagious bacterial infection caused by Brucella ovis, is hard to detect and can result in reduced fertility, extended lambing periods and lower marking rates. Ovine Brucellosis (OB), a contagious bacterial
Project targets buffalo flies with new controls
Controls targeting one of Australia’s most significant cattle pests, buffalo flies, will be investigated in a new research project aimed at providing area-wide control and preventing its southward spread. Controls targeting one of Australia’s
Making the move from mining to red meat
Helen Qiao is a foodie with a career history in relationship management between China and the Australian mining industry. Find out how her move to Harvey Beef, WA's largest beef processor, as a food innovator is being supported by the Food
Meat Standards Australia (MSA) to remove meat colour as a minimum eligibility requirement
The colour of meat will no longer be part of Meat Standards Australia’s compliance criteria and here are the reasons why. Meat colour will be removed as a Meat Standards Australia (MSA) eligibility requirement after research has confirmed there
Weather station accuracy critical
Impending summer weather means it’s time check the feedlot weather station as part of your heat load management strategy. With summer temperatures starting to ramp up, Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) is reminding feedlot managers to check
MLA-funded project examines antimicrobials
The feedlot industry’s microbial stewardship is in good shape, according to a project funded by MLA in consultation with ALFA. Encouraging judicious use of antimicrobials in Australian feedlots will be the focus of the first outcome of a
Occurrence of malignant neoplasia in adult cattle at slaughter
Occurrence of malignant neoplasia in adult cattle at slaughter A.RBP.0015 Completed Malignant neoplasia, Lesions, Survey, Processor, Export Khanh Huynh Charles Sturt University The occurrence of malignant neoplasia in adult cattle at
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