The 21st Williams Gateway Expo held on Saturday was a crowd pleaser celebrating its return to normalcy after the event was cancelled last year because of COVID-19.
A Fieldhouse Droughtmaster bull sold for the $11,500 top-price at the Narngulu Invitation Bos Indicus Bull Sale at the Coolina Sale Complex in Narngulu last Wednesday.
A Queensland stud paid $20,000 for a Biara Santa Gertrudis bull at the Hasleby family's 16th Annual On-property Sale held in Northampton last Tuesday.
Australian farmers hoping to export sheep to Saudi Arabia have been urged to vaccinate against scabby mouth this lambing season or risk jeopardising the newly reopened market.
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Historically low Australian cattle inventories should prompt the beef industry to ponder its position in supply chains and potentially readjust, one bank says.
Herding sheep using dogs, motorbikes or even people, is not as ovine-friendly as a drone, new research shows.
Rodeo fans gathered to enjoy the thrills and spills at the inaugural Harvey Dickson Easter Rodeo on April 4 at Boyup Brook.
Students from the WA College of Agriculture — Cunderdin took the overall win at the Harvey Beef Gate 2 Plate Schools Challenge competition at Willyung Farm in Albany on March 24.
Australia can now again trade with the world’s biggest livestock importer, after the Federal Government opened a new pathway for the export of live animals to the country.
Asking those who used social media to raise their hands was how Lavinia Wehr got familiar with Harvey Beef Gate 2 Plate Challenge field day visitors at the annual event last week.
A Great Southern land and water expert aims to improve agriculture soil nutrition to maximise farm productivity while reducing off-site impacts.
WA’s biggest feedlotting competition is nearing the processing stage with just one week left for cattle to gain weight in the Harvey Beef Gate 2 Plate Challenge.
A Great Southern farmer has found success in developing a productive vision for his business by enabling a team strategy with staff members.
Genetic selection might be the best way to manage greenhouse gases emitted by animals, according to a genetic expert.
Newly appointed Harvest Road Group chief executive Paul Slaughter welcomed visitors to Harvey Beef Gate 2 Plate Challenge field day.
A leading WA cattle producer has flagged prices to soften this year after nearly 12 months of record highs.
A 64-year-old Brunswick man embroiled in WA’s biggest livestock rustling bust will next appear in Perth Magistrate’s Court on charges relating to the theft and sale of cattle in the State’s north.
Cattle prices on the eastern seaboard are expected to break through the all-time 900¢ barrier after encouraging rains edged the Eastern States Young Cattle Indicator to 896.5¢/kg on Monday.
Pardoo Beef Corporation donated more than $183,000 to political parties in a single financial year, and an environmental lobby group is drawing links to land clearing approvals around the same time.
A well-known livestock agent and a livestock buyer charged as part of WA’s biggest alleged cattle rustling bust have been released on $10,000 bail.
Yallaroo Hereford bull reached the $23,000 top price at the WA Livestock Salesmen’s Association Supreme Bull Sale at the Brunswick Showgrounds last Wednesday
A Nungarin shearing school hub, held during the last two weeks, was hailed a success with near half the group of 13 trainees in pursuit of potential wool shed job placements.
Mondo Bulk Meats principal Robert Garreffa says the wholesale beef market is in new territory as record high prices begin to take effect.
Police suspect thieves who stole eight stud ewes from a property in Bridgetown might have been “spooked” into returning them amid intense scrutiny from the tight-knit community.
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