2017

Principles for using vaccines

Vaccinations are cheap insurance against stock losses. Pestivirus, tick fever, botulism, vibrio and other clostridial diseases (in descending order) are in the top 15 livestock diseases of economic importance in Australia. It…
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Future Drone Innovation Challenge

Drones will soon be engaged in wide and varied activities including boosting crop yields, assisting in the management of stock, checking water assets and paddock health, assisting in future Hollywood blockbusters and…
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Launching Farmecco

A unique and easy-to-use app, developed by Agrihive, allows beef producers to quickly see opportunities to expand their business. Launching on May 10, the app called Farmecco has been described as the…
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Drought info

Find all the latest drought information on our special FutureBeef drought page.

DAF beef features

Stop press! The Autumn/Winter features of #Beeftalk and #CQBEEF  in the #QCL and the #Northernmuster in the #NQR will be available Thursday 20 April. Don’t forget to pick up your copy!

Johne’s disease update

Johne’s disease is still a notifiable disease however most state and territory jurisdictions removed regulation for Johne’s disease on 1 July 2016. Western Australia will continue to regulate Johne’s disease and the…
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Johne’s disease and market access webinar

Join us for this free webinar on Friday 20 April 2017. Rachael O’Brien from the Livestock Biosecurity Network will discuss the current situation and inform producers of what they’ll need to do…
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