Best practice in cattle husbandry is an important aspect of running a beef business to meet animal health and welfare standards, and for optimum animal performance.
Essential husbandry practices such as castration and dehorning allow stock to be safely reared and transported to market.
Calf and weaner management:
The National Livestock Identification System (NLIS) is a trace back system for meat safety and disease control. In a beef business it can also be used as an important tool for monitoring animal performance and making management decisions.
- Health and disease
- Tick Fever, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries
- Cooperative Research Centre for Beef Genetic Technologies
- Beef cattle vaccines, NSW Department of Primary Industries