A Holstein heifer calf sold for a massive $251,000 at International Dairy Week at Tatura, Victoria, on Wednesday night.
A FURTHER three farming families have left or are leaving WA's dairy industry after processors said they did not want their milk. One is a Brownes Dairy supplier and two are Harvey Fresh suppliers.
The 2016 Jack Green Churchill Fellowship awardee has vowed to try remove barriers and concerns within the Australian dairy industry to aid progression in finding a viable end product for the bobby calf.
A vision to deliver consistent and viable markets for male dairy calves will see NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) dairy development officer, Peter Havrlant, embark on an ambitious project as part of his 2016 Churchill Fellowship.
Harris Farm Markets is joining the backlash against $1 a litre milk, pulling discount house brands from its shelves.
Hereford breeders are coming to the aid of Victorian dairy farmers in crisis through a beef bull aid project.
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.