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FutureBeef website hits one million mark

The FutureBeef website reached a milestone this week, with over a million views from more than 350,000 unique users, since it was first launched. Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF) FutureBeef eExtension…
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Calf survival checklist

Two-thirds of calf losses in northern Australia could be occurring within a week of birth, as evidenced in research on Beef CRC herds. By applying some basic strategies, producers can improve the…
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Spring beef features available online!

The Spring 2017 editions of the DAF beef feature newsletters – Northern muster, CQ BEEF and Beeftalk, are now available on our website. Follow the link to find them, or you can…
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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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Jed joins the team!

Jed grew up on a sheep and beef property, near Charleville in south-west Queensland. Jed completed a Bachelor of Applied Science (in Animal Production and Rangeland Management) at the University of Queensland,…
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Future Drone Innovation Challenge

*Correction* Please be advised that the Future Drone Innovation Challenge was incorrectly advertised as being held at the University of Queensland, Gatton Campus in the August FutureBeef update. It is being held…
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Grazing innovation grants available

Queensland cattle producers in Great Barrier Reef catchment areas are encouraged to take part in an innovation project that aims to improve reef water quality outcomes and increase farm profitability. Expressions of…
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