Under the new approach to managing JD in cattle, there is a new risk profiling tool for beef cattle - the Johne’s Beef Assurance Score (J-BAS).
Dairy Australia members have elected three candidates to the organisation’s board at the company’s annual general meeting, but have another seat to fill.
A2 Milk Company’s rapid earnings and market transformation in the past year has been “considerably in excess of management expectations” says chairman David Hearn, with pre-tax profits continuing to soar in 2016-17.
In a deal that increasingly defines the trade relationship between Australia and China, Qantas will begin flying fresh milk from Hobart to the city of Ningbo and carry window blinds home.
Young farming and processing firm Australian Dairy Farms (ADF) is gaining market momentum in what is turning into a busy year for the listed business.
Two years worth of analysis on a dairy operation at Woodlawn via Lismore has proven a high percentage of home-grown feed can help insulate producers against inevitable market downturn.
Dairy Farmers Milk Co-operative’s (DFMC) new executive officer Mark Kebbell hits the ground running this week at the farmer-run supply group’s annual convention in Brisbane.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has confirmed it’s promised dairy industry inquiry is to investigate competition between milk processors including contracts between processors and farmers.
He is more than 15,000 kilometres from home, but US dairy farmer Stephen Maddox can still feel an uneasy tension in the air in Australia and New Zealand as the American presidential race comes down to the wire.
North Coast dairy producers are in a sweet spot with liquid milk prices sustainable when compared to what's on offer in Victoria.