Industry newsletters

Keep up-to-date with the latest trends and issues from husbandry facts to biosecurity issues and safeguards and grazing land management information. These industry and region-specific newsletters, written and prepared by leading beef extension officers, scientists and industry specialists are a great resource for your business.


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Western Australia

AgMemo is the Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia’s bi-monthly enewsletter to provide growers and industry with regionally-tailored information so they can make proactive decisions for the coming season.

In the  latest edition:

  • Tackling breeder mortality
  • Gamba grass eradication
  • Noogoora burr
  • Fire, grasses and nutrients
  • Carrying capacity review
  • Mosaic ag
  • 5 key ways to better your livestock biosecurity

View previous issues of AgMemo Rangelands Region | Subscribe to AgMemo Rangelands Region

Rangelands Memo, November 2018_03.43 Mb download

Northern Territory

The Alice Springs Rural Review covers a broad spectrum of issues relevant to beef producer in the Alice Springs region. Subscribe to keep updated on the latest research, initiatives, workshops and events in the region as well as keep abreast of business services information.

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In the latest edition of the Alice Springs Rural Review:

  • Bushfire orchard recovery
  • PalmCow animal enrolment trip
  • Identifying gamba grass
  • Siam weed detection
  • Weather outlook (September)
  • Leucaena field day
  • Stock theft in the NT
Alice Springs Rural Review September 2019 (PDF, 3 MB)2.58 Mb download

The Barkly Beef newsletter is a Northern Territory Government initiative offering a comprehensive summary of the latest livestock RD&E, market and event news in the Barkly region.

Subscribe to be kept in the loop on recent new research, latest beef extension activities, workshops, training and community events.

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In the latest edition of the Barkly Beef:

  • End of an era
  • Introducing “Paddock Power”
  • New resources available for managing soil erosion
  • Climate Outlook – Barkly Tableland
  • Climate workshop
  • Groundwater shines a light on hidden mineralisation
  • New Chief Veterinary Officer
  • Livestock disease investigations
  • Zamia poisoning
  • BJD testing and import requirements for cattle travelling to WA
  • Property Management under exceptional seasonal conditions
  • Audit of Brands Register
  • Travelling livestock movements
Barkly Beef July 2019 (PDF, 3 MB)3.10 Mb download

The Katherine Rural Review is an initiative of the Department of Primary Industry and Resources, Katherine. It offers new knowledge and practical advice to people involved in primary industry.

Subscribe to receive in-depth livestock and grazing management articles, latest RD&E news and achievements, updates on business opportunities, tools and services and to be kept updated on  Katherine regional events.

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In the latest edition of the Katherine Rural Review:

  • 2019 bull and female sale
  • Calf watch project calf update
  • Trialling pain relief during castration and dehorning in the NT
  • Burning the bush at Kidman Springs
  • New Bioscrust project
  • Sweet Spot
  • Gamba growing season
  • Livestock disease investigations
  • Cotton market
Katherine Rural Review December 20193.10 Mb download

The Pastoral Market Update provides cattle market information for primary producers across the Northern Territory.

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Pastoral Market Update - October 2019312.46 Kb download

Top Paddock is a quarterly newsletter published by the Top End staff of the Pastoral Production division of the Department of Resources.

It targets anyone with an interest in the Northern Territory livestock, cropping and horticulture production sectors and contains news, project summaries, research reports, technical notes and updates.

Download previous issues of Top Paddock | Subscribe to Top Paddock

In the latest edition:

  • Citrus harvest
  • Procedures for interstate transport of kaffir lime leaves
  • Citrus cankcer in Karama
  • Gamba grass grazing trail at Douglas Daly Research Farm
  • Groundwater update from DENR
  • Irrigation in a dry year – what to be aware of
  • Mango leafhopper vs planthopper
  • Hemp bill introduced into Parliament
  • The effect of insecticidal fly tags on cattle liveweight gain in the Douglas Daly region
  • Tomorrow’s agricultural science leavers
  • Understanding mango flowering in Darwin
  • New resources for managing soil erosion
  • Jackfruit
  • Palmcow Project starts up in Indonesia
  • NT Seasonal Outlook
Top Paddock October 20192.45 Mb download

Queensland

Current edition

Beeftalk is prepared for south east and southern Queensland producers. Distributed quarterly, to more than 21,000 readers through the Queensland Country Life.

Read the latest Beeftalk newsletter online.

In this issue:

  • Phosphorus proves profitable
  • $1000 rebate available for producers in the Great Barrier Reef catchments
  • Calculating your green date
  • Reducing weed risk from fodder
  • Reef protection regulations
  • The Grazing Resilience and Sustainable Solutions project
Beef Talk Autumn 20204.94 Mb download

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Current edition

The CQ BEEF newsletter is distributed quarterly to producers, agribusiness and staff from industry and natural resource management organisations. It provides information on livestock, land and business management. Over 15,000 copies are distributed through the Queensland Country Life.

Read the latest CQ BEEF newsletter online.

In this issue:

  • Phosphorus proves profitable
  • $1000 rebate available for producers in Great Barrier Reef catchments
  • Choosing the right pain relief
  • Storing supplements
  • Tracking the season
  • Grazing Resilience and Sustainable Solutions program
CQ Beef Autumn 20206.33 Mb download

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Current edition

The Northern Muster captures the information needs of northern and western Queensland producers. Produced three times a year, this publication has a circulation of more than 5,000 through the North Queensland Register.

Read the latest Northern Muster newsletter online.

In this issue:

  • Choosing the best pain relief option for your business
  • Reef protection regulations
  • Producer case study – Moving forward after the 2019 floods
  • Pasture response after the flood – management strategies and opportunities
Nothern Muster Autumn 20204.13 Mb download

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Meat & Livestock Australia

Entice magazine is the perfect ‘how to’ beef cookbook made especially for those looking for delicious meal ideas and cooking tips.

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The Feedback magazine is the red meat and livestock industry journal, signposting producers to practical on-farm information and the latest technological advances that are putting Australian producers in a globally competitive position. Feedback is produced nine times per year as three editions each issue with on-farm updates and market information for the north, south-east and south-west areas of Australia. The Feedback magazine is free to Meat & Livestock Australia members.

Download the Feedback magazine.


Other newsletters

Beef Central is a free online news and market intelligence service dedicated to the Australian beef industry.

It is independently owned and produced by two experienced rural journalists, and provides daily email updates to registered users.


Snapshot is an overview of CSIRO science news highlights for the month.

Subscribe to Snapshot


The Beef Bulletin magazine was published by the Cooperative Research Centre for Beef Genetic Technologies (Beef CRC). Archived copies are available on the Beef CRC Legacy website.