Reform of the National Livestock Identification System is supported by Sheep Producers Association
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Central West and Western editorial reporter living at Wellington and based out of The Land, Dubbo office.
Sheep EiD is a vitalliy important part of NLIS reform, but it's not the panacea in and of itself.
SAFEMEAT has responded to the National Biosecurity Committee's request for a review of the National Livestock Identification System.
Easy calving ease traits and excellent temperament for factors repeat clients used in securing stud bulls and cow/calf PTIC units and PTIC heifers at the annual Stanford Poll Hereford sale, Bathurst last Friday.
Life wasn't fulfilling for Emma Knowles until she escaped the city concrete jungle and found air and a new career in dry stone walling.
Daryl, Kaye and Sean Jenkins were thrilled with the excellent total clearance of bulls and heifers at their 11th Violet Hills Charolais stud sale, Rydal, on Thursday, with bulls heading to four states.
Pavilions bursting with produce, flowers, arts and crafts were matched by a big showing of beef cattle, meat sheep and dairy goats, plus the hundreds of horses all made Wellington show a great day.
Four of 43 NSW Waratah players joined junior in training at Wellington's Rygate Park on Tuesday evening and were astounded by the talent.
AN early morning soaking of 20 millimetres may have cancelled horse events, but the "Greatest Little Town in the West" put on the show of shows and bestowed three life memberships.
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