Success at Sydney show for Yambuna stud
Yambuna stud Redgums Red Angus has tasted success on its first trip to the Sydney Royal Easter Show, winning Champion Interbreed Bull last Monday.
The Ogden family from Wanalta has once again dug deep to support the Royal Children’s Hospital, donating 10 lambs for sale last week.
Researchers from Western Sydney University have found a new, non-invasive way to detect pregnancy in Merino sheep through the analysis of reproductive hormones in wool.
Merino studs from across Victoria will compete for an inaugural and exclusive state title at Marnoo, east of Horsham in the state’s west, in August.
Australian farmers will be able to sell more lamb, with the definition of lamb now changed to match our competitors in export legislation.
The oldest frozen ram semen in existence has been thawed out and used to successfully impregnate 34 Merino ewes in a world first.
Tokyo soldiers and local officials are set to slaughter about 4100 pigs in central Japan after the latest case of swine fever was confirmed, authorities said.
Technology company Agersens and The Ohio State University have signed a Memorandum of Understanding that paves the way for the two organisations to implement research trials to determine the efficacy and economics of the eShepherd system for local conditions.
Witherswood Angus has held its final sale, with 51 of the 63 bulls up for auction heading to new homes.
A new test for blue-tongue virus will allow farmers to receive results in hours and provide better assurance to trading partners.
Animal activists have slammed the live export regulator for refusing to ban sheep shipments to the Middle East between May and October.
The sheep industry could see a boost of more than $121million by 2029 due to a long-running genomics research program.
Thirty years of dairy breeding kicked up the dust in the yards as the cows made their way onto the back of B-double trucks.
Research through the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation is providing information for livestock producers to make the most of grazing beef cattle on canola crops.
Shepparton Highway Patrol officers nabbed a driver allegedly travelling at 191km/h in Shepparton about 11.50pm last night. The 20-year-old probationary driver was detected in an 80km/h zone on Goulburn Valley Highway. The Shepparton man had his...
A number of vehicles were stolen from a car dealership in Shepparton on Saturday morning.
A 23-year-old Echuca man is currently in Bendigo Magistrates Court facing charges of dangerous driving causing serious injury and other driving related offences.