FOR more than 80 years and through three generations, the Paspaley family has blazed new trails in the pearling industry.
AUSTRALIA cattle, sheep and goat producers will have their knowledge of on-farm food safety requirements assessed from January next year.
COULD glass walled walkways at abattoirs, allowing the entire process of cattle and lamb slaughter to be seen by touring groups, be the future?
A Morven Freight Precinct is one step closer, following a successful meeting between western mayors and the Prime Minister, Hon Malcolm Turnbull in Canberra last Friday.
LIMITING livestock commission buyers to one order would put many out of business, have unintended negative consequences to competition for stock and would likely lead to the closure of smaller saleyards.
HAVING people on the ground and understanding the culture we are operating in will be key to Australia’s ability to tap into the potential of Vietnam’s fast-growing feedlot industry, according to one of our leading live cattle exporters.
North West beef producers got a first hand look of an innovative new cattle management system could transform their business at a Dalgonally Station field day last week.
While there is plenty of talk coming out of Brazil on the value of producing higher-end beef, the message to Australia is still very much “don’t fear us, there is room for all.”
The head of the world’s largest cattle feeder, JBS Five Rivers Feeding, Mike Thoren, talks about the challenges the US shares with Australia.