A Queensland ‘paddock to plate’ beef business is showcasing the benefits of adopting a best management practices program to improve their productivity and demonstrate their environmental credentials to consumers.
More than 60 beef producers attended the South-West BetterBeef conference in Hamilton on 22 June 2017 to hear from industry experts who spoke about capitalising on the good times.
The Victorian Government is supporting beef producers in Gippsland to find export markets to expand their business.
The opportunities for the Australian red meat industry from 3D printing technology will be a key focus of the upcoming 3D Food Printing Conference Asia-Pacific, to be held at Monash University, Melbourne, next Tuesday, 2 May 2017.
Employing biosecurity practices to reduce the risk of every day threats from endemic diseases and, just as importantly, from rare but costly exotic disease incursions.
A range of factors contribute to Australia’s competitiveness on the global marketplace – such as the cost of cattle, market access or competitor pricing – however movements in the A$ can be an exporter’s friend or foe, says Meat and Livestock Australia.
US imported beef prices lifted this week, supported by growing demand in the domestic market but primarily as a result of ongoing supply constraints and higher offering prices from overseas packers, accourding to MLA.
The strength of new fencing technology has boosted the productivity of New South Wales cattle producer Ken O’Brien’s property near Barham, preventing hundreds of kangaroos from destroying his 32 hectares of irrigated clover and rye grass.