NQ Dry Tropics’ Landholders Driving Change project aims to tackle erosion and improve land management, productivity and reef water quality in the Burdekin region – and graziers have been helping to design solutions.
Charters Towers Regional Council mayor Liz Schmidt said the upcoming Big Country Brahman Sale being held at the Dalrymple Saleyards provides a tremendous lift for the community, economically and socially.
A focus on flexible marketing of cattle has been integral to Ibis Creek Pastoral achieving long-term success.
A mounted set of horns from an old bullock who spent his days wondering the Einasleigh River banks at Maitland Station will be auctioned for charity at Big Country’s bull sale.
Commercial Droughtmaster producers Leon and Ree Price, Mount Hope, Wallumbilla, are well-known around Roma for producing even lines of heavy steers, but they're equally well-known for supporting families touched by cancer, with their annual Get Pinkt Family Fun Day which they'll achieve a fundraising milestone for in 2018.
Droughtmaster Australia Society CEO, Neil Donaldson, was given a lovely surprise on November 3, when a special presentation was held in the office to mark his 20 years of service in the role of society operations manager and CEO.
Two years ago Tropical Cattle Company owners Jon and Sue Joyce began an extensive fixed time artificial insemination (FTAI) program on their Ingham-based property, The Orient, which has greatly bolstered the quality of their commercial Brahman herd.