Beef 2024 crowds see full potential of drone mustering

THE idea of carrying out important farm jobs from a holiday resort on the coast [...]

Will the greenwashing focus combat claims against the meat industry?

AS THE Government looks to refine its legislation covering environmental claims made by companies, the [...]

Cattle industry looks to defend ‘meat’ label from lab-grown and plant-based products

The peak body for Australia’s cattle industry says it is considering calling for reforms to [...]

Elevated start to 2019 Australian red meat exports

Demand and supply trends have commenced 2019 much like they finished 2018. Drought and elevated [...]

How an ancient trade is helping one of SA’s oldest farming families survive the big dry

Holowiliena Station in the Flinders Ranges is in the grip of one of the worst [...]

The long paddock: Young girls attend ‘school of life’ droving cattle during a big dry

While farmers in western New South Wales are facing crop losses from a parched earth, [...]

The Treasure family women droving Victoria’s high country for six generations

Each year as brooding skies and brisk winds herald the coming of winter in Victoria’s [...]

Outback droving families dying out as younger generations leave industry

Generations of droving families have been running cattle through outback Queensland, but that could soon [...]

Growth Prospects for the Long Unorganized Indian Meat Industry

There are about 8000 registered and more than 20,000 unregistered slaughterhouses in the country and [...]

Carbon neutral livestock production — consumers want it and farmers say it is achievable

Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) believes a zero carbon footprint nationally — considered by some [...]