Last Updated: November 27, 2014

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Cow kills Geelong man

A VICTORIAN man has died in hospital after being hit by a runaway cow earlier this month.

Welcome direction at Benalla

STUD BEEF Welcome Swallow Angus, Tatong. Jim and Suzy Martin, stud managers and Brett Walker, livestock manager.
WELCOME Swallow stud figured it out quickly — literally.

The raw of the dragon

The raw of the dragon
MUCH has been written and said about China’s growing appetite for Australian red meat.

Paringa Livestock breeds apart

STUD Beef Paringa Livestock. Tom Lawson and his cattle on farm at Yea
PARINGA Livestock is different from the rest.

Stud is a breed apart

Stud is a breed apart
THE Lawson family’s Paringa Livestock stud is keeping ahead of the pack. Read their story in STUD Beef magazine, free in The Weekly Times tomorrow.

Grazing court challenge

 Victorian high country cattle grazier, Charlie Lovick with his daughter Kellie, herding cattle on his Merrijig property near...
VICTORIA’S alpine cattle grazing policy will be challenged in the Supreme Court today.

Optimism amid beef downturn

 19/12/2003 PIRATE: Feedlot cattle near Duringa 19 Dec 2003. cattle farming farm beef
MEAT production and processing “is now the last bastion of manufacturing” in Australia.

Grain-fed quota threatened

Grain-fed quota threatened
AUSTRALIA’S share of grain-fed beef exports to the European Union is under threat.

Gay bull escapes slaughter

Gay bull escapes slaughter
A BULL with a penchant for other bulls has been saved from slaughter in Ireland.

FTA to boost beef by $270m

Alison Ward Free trade agreement
THE value of beef production should receive a boost of $270m annually by 2024 under the new China FTA.

Good bucks for bulls

Beef to Tomato Send July 4 Food Cost to Record
STRONG demand for grinding beef has pushed cull bull prices above 200c/kg.

Australia avoids beef recall

Australia avoids beef recall
AUSTRALIA avoided a recall almost 1000 containers of beef to China this year due to fears about hormone residues.

Livestock costs under microscope

STUD Beef Paringa Livestock. Tom Lawson and his cattle on farm at Yea
A LONG-awaited inquiry into costs across the livestock supply chain will be carried out soon.

NSW beef farmers honoured

 Beef Australia 2012 event ANZ National Beef Carcass competition award winning beef producers and neighbours from left, Milto...
A HUSBAND and wife team that sells grass-fed beef directly to consumers has won a top NSW farming award.

Fatality Man dies after ute hits cow

Man dies after ute strikes cow
A NORTH Queensland man died outside of Charters Towers yesterday after suffering head injuries when his utility struck a cow.

Herefords to add value

 Some of the Polaris Poll Hereford stud cows and calves.
HEREFORDS Australia is set to launch two new long-awaited beef brands early next year.

Steaks high in Korean FTA

Steaks high in Korean FTA
AUSTRALIAN beef producers are racing to realise the benefits of the free-trade agreement with Korea.

Smith new cattle council president

Tina Knight Lisadurne Hill Olives
CENTRAL Queensland beef producer Howard Smith is the new Cattle Council of Australia president.

Live export trade looking up

Cattle are lined up for sale at the Beringkit traditional market in Mengwi on Indonesia's resort island of Bali on June 12, 2...
AUSTRALIA’S live export industry is far from shipwrecked, according to industry boss Alison Penfold.

US beef shortage boosts export

 19/01/2001 PIRATE: 18/01/2001. Meat worker lines up cattle carcasses in Ponta Delgada abattoir in Portugal. beef industry
RECORD shipments of cow beef are being exported to the US as they battle a decline in domestic lean beef production.

New live export protocol for China

Brahman cattle bound for Indonesia are held at Cedar Park, a pre-export feed lot 100km south of Darwin, Thursday, July 14, 20...
THE cattle industry is playing down the hype over a new live export protocol between China and Australia.

Eager wait on live export to China

Naracooorte weaner cattle sale
THERE  has been another fillip for the cattle industry with talk of the opening of the live export trade to China.

MLA change gains backing

MLA change gains backing
A SHAKE-UP of MLA and the CCA is expected to be hotly debated at meetings in Sydney this week.

News Qld tipped as beef hub to China

North Queensland tipped as beef hub to China
NORTH Queensland could become a major beef supply hub for China.

Calf shock for young heifers

Louise Kelly from Jervis Creek
A CATTLE producer is calling for a blacklist to be established for unscrupulous vendors.

Call to process cattle in Australia

THERE are calls for one million head of beef cattle to be processed in Australia with local workers rather than export them live to China.

RSPCA’s extreme tactics

 Coalition against duck shooting campaign director Laurie Levy with a Pink ear duck and other dead ducks at the Victorian Pre...

SOME farm leaders fear the Victorian election has spawned a dangerous new alliance of animal welfare groups.

Swanpool hearing adjourned

Country footy merger

TODAY’S hearing between Swanpool FNC and the Ovens and King Football Netball League adjourned.

Chinese double up on wheat

Western Plains Harvest '13

CHINA has risen through the ranks to become Australia’s second biggest wheat buyer in 2013-14.

Simplicity the secret to D65-D

Simplicity the secret to D65-D

MACDON’S D65-D draper models have been making a splash in the Mallee.

Hollingworth nutures nature

Robert Hollingworth

NOT a flower, frog, bird or smidgen of lichen on Robert Hollingworth’s property has gone unrecorded.

Livestock Doc: Happily married to the mob

FARM Yarra Valley Game. Maremma dog named Rex2.

THE best way to protect your livestock is to make sure your guard dog is healthy.