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The University of Sydney’s Dairy Research Foundation continues to lay the ground work for change in the industry, setting parameters for higher production, improved animal health and nutrition and enhanced technology. Foundation director Sergio ‘Yani’ Garcia explains

Yield versus fertility

University of Florida dairy super star Prof Jose Santos flew into Port Macquarie in NSW during the week to share knowledge with local dairy stakeholders. He explains how to balance the genetics behind higher milk yield with those underpinning fertility in dairy cows.
Irrigation water and the Murray Darling Basin Plan for water management are again front and centre during a long dry winter. The new CEO at the National Irrigators’ Council Steve Whan talks about challenges and opportunities ahead.
Last year’s boon for agriculture is fast becoming a distant memory as dry weather and global market pressures impact on farming productivity in the second half of 2017. NFF CEO Tony Maher talks exclusively to the Digital Farm.
Here's a snapshot from our recent outback NSW filming featuring, Australian Stock footage of tractors, farming, agriculture, outback, seeding, harvest, cropping, sheep, cattle, herding, farm stays, rural tourism in Moree, Narrabri, Hay, Albury, Tweed Valley and Country NSW.
Last year’s boon for agriculture is fast becoming a distant memory as dry weather and global market pressures impact on farming productivity in the second half of 2017. NFF CEO Tony Maher talks exclusively to the Digital Farm.
A story of an Australian cattle farmers life that will give you a brief insight into what its like to live on a farm in Australia and some of the pros/cons of it.
Monday, 17 July 2017 13:22

Compliance call

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is putting growers and traders in the horticulture industry on notice that they need to take steps to comply with the 2017 Horticulture Code of Conduct, or face penalties and fines.

An ode to the Greatest Meat on Earth.....

 

 

Animal Health Australia chief Kathleen Plowman says livestock producers need to get on board the biosecurity bus to protect their businesses from all manner of invasive threats. www.farmbiosecurity.com.au

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