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Industry NewsThe right stocking rate starts with a soil test22 February 2021
Sam and Kirsty White operate Bald Blair Pastoral Co, an Angus cattle seedstock herd backed by their own commercial Angus cattle herd. Consisting of four properties in the Northern Tablelands of NSW, Sam is a seasoned soil tester and has been soil testing every year for almost 30 years on his Bald Blair and more recently purchased Kolora property.
Industry NewsFrom the ground up22 February 2021
Andrew Whitlock knows that productive soils are a key part of the farm management puzzle. Through his own on-farm experiences and his work with soil mapping company Precision Agriculture Pty Ltd, he has seen the benefits of soil testing to provide data that can inform his management decisions.
Industry NewsWith carbon gains comes resilience04 February 2021
Two years of history-making drought that led to almost total destocking, coupled with a September 2019 bushfire that wiped out 1,000ha, hasn’t impeded Wilmot Cattle Company’s soil carbon journey.
Industry NewsGenetics and vegetation part of carbon neutral recipe28 January 2021
Victorian cattle producers Olivia and Tom Lawson, Paringa Livestock, have their sights set on a recipe to improve productivity and carbon neutrality.
Industry NewsLeucaena lifts its weight14 January 2021
Could leucaena deliver a four-fold increase in production beneﬁts by increasing weight gain and carrying capacity?
Industry NewsLamb finishing: is it worth it?29 October 2020
High-performance forage crop and perennial pasture systems were put to the test in NSW’s Monaro region in an MLA-funded Producer Demonstration Site (PDS) to see how finishing lambs stacked up compared to the traditional store lamb system.
R&DThe Probio-TICK initiativeThis project will deliver Probio-TICK, a proof of concept, sustainable microbial probiotic against cattle ticks and buffalo fly for northern Australia.
Industry NewsMLA boosts investment in pasture dieback R&D11 September 2020
Meat & Livestock Australia’s (MLA) investment in solution-focused research and development (R&D) into pasture dieback is continuing, with six new projects set to address the destructive pasture condition.
R&DAnthrax: Enhanced diagnostics, molecular epidemiology and disease ecology for anthraxOutbreaks of anthrax occur sporadically in Australia most commonly in the anthrax belt, a region which extends from Southern Queensland...
R&DForewarning of ARGT risk for producersThe summary of this study is what now is provided on theDAFWA website, the principal objective of this study (below)....
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