Clunie Range Angus genetics are allowing John Carpenter to finish his crossbred calves.
The Litchfield family's investment in technology from Allflex Livestock Intelligence is paying dividends within their southern NSW-based dairy farming operation.
Client outcomes are the best indicator of stud performance for Poll Merino stud breeders Stephen and Carol Huggins.
With 2020 so far providing great soil moisture profiles in many areas, producers are looking to take advantage of strong pastures and ideal growing conditions.
M&M Stockyards and Steel Fabrications began in 1990, and has been manufacturing quality sheep and cattle stockyards ever since. What began as an Australian family-owned business, will continue to be locally owned and operated, supporting local businesses and employing five Manilla locals from farming backgrounds.
Animal comfort and operator safety are key to great numbers at the sale yard, and while some may long for the good old days, today's cattle handling equipment has improved safety and efficiency.
Clipex fencing and stockyards are designed to provide the most advanced 'safe animal handling' features with ease to increase user and livestock safety, according to a company spokesman.
For the past 50 years, intensive agriculture has seen roots as a thing to anchor the plant into the ground, focusing on supplying soluble, plant available forms of major nutrients which over the years have altered the indigenous biota in bulk soil.
The performance of grain crops approximately six weeks after planting is a great opportunity to use plant development to assess soils for compaction or acidic band issues.