Domestic and international research and innovation, across plant, animal and food sciences will be passionately presented and discussed in detail during the TropAg2017 Conference.
Queensland-based company Daly Bros has completed over 280 Artesian bores throughout Eastern Australia and has experienced Class 3 water bore drillers with Artesian endorsement on staff who can find where your best flow will be, the depth to tap, and use quality casings and techniques to maximise your flow.
Tim and Anne Agar from Karoola Grazing situated 70km south of Charleville, have been happy with decision to use the Droughtmaster breed in cattle arm of their operations which also includes Merino sheep breeding.
Vendors and buyers will unite at the Roma Saleyards from 9am on Friday, October 20 to to celebrate the Tropical Breeds Sale’s 21st birthday with a gift of 165 beefy, robust, and active Droughtmaster sires to be presented on the day.
Guests attending the beloved Chinchilla Grandfather Clock Campdraft taking place from Thursday, October 19 to Sunday, October 22, will be in for a treat with hundreds of competitors from all over Australia set to battle it out for more than $60,000 in prize money.
Since Danny Locke took on the role of manager at large-scale commercial beef enterprise Melinda Downs Pty Ltd 11 years ago, for owner Peter Hickson, production has gradually shifted towards emphasising the use of the Droughtmaster.
ALFA President Tess Herbert is “extremely pleased” with the range of topics and high caliber speakers that have been assembled for SMARTBEEF 2017, taking place on November 1 - 3.
The 2017 annual state conference of the Queensland Rural, Regional and Remote Women’s Network is being held in Emerald from October 19 and boasts an inspiring line-up of speakers, workshops and events.
Rod and Wendy Streeter, Rowen Beef, are combining the best traits of the Brangus and Wagyu breeds for the F1 line of cattle they’re now focussing on at Lanton Park, situated between Marian and Mackay.
Apsley Cattle Company, owned and operated by the Dyer family, have shifted their focus over the last several years to concentrate solely on breeding high Brahman content Brangus cattle.