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Victoria’s peak dairy body has added its calls to stop a further 450 gigalitres of irrigation water being turned over for environmental use.

Dairy joins chorus on water plan  

Victoria’s peak dairy body has added its calls to stop a further 450 gigalitres of irrigation water being turned over for environmental
From November 2016, new commonwealth laws, which aim to protect small businesses came into effect.
02 Dec 16 From November 2016, new commonwealth laws, which aim to protect small businesses came into effect.
The Australian Dairy Industry Council (ADIC) welcomes the resolution of the backpacker tax.
02 Dec 16 The Australian Dairy Industry Council (ADIC) welcomes the resolution of the backpacker tax.
The first cheese vat has been installed at Fonterra’s Stanhope, Victoria, plant. 01 Dec 16 The first cheese vat has been installed at Fonterra’s Stanhope, Victoria, plant.
A leading Queensland racehorse owner has bought into Victorian infant formula manufacturer, Camperdown Dairy International (CDI), after one of its key backers sold his majority share.
01 Dec 16 A leading Queensland racehorse owner has bought into Victorian infant formula manufacturer, Camperdown Dairy...
Victoria’s peak dairy body has added its calls to stop a further 450 gigalitres of irrigation water being turned over for environmental use.
4:00 AM Victoria’s peak dairy body has added its calls to stop a further 450 gigalitres of irrigation water being turned...
Gippsland milk processor Burra has again stepped up the milk price it offers its more than 170 farmers, by another ten cents kg/ms.05 Dec 16 Gippsland milk processor Burra has again stepped up the milk price it offers its more than 170 farmers, by another...
Australian cattle, sheep and goat producers will have their knowledge of on-farm food safety requirements assessed from January next year.
22 Nov 16 Australian cattle, sheep and goat producers will have their knowledge of on-farm food safety requirements assessed...
The opportunity for a close-up look at a once-a-day milking operation attracted farmers from across Gippsland and Victoria to Yannathan last week.21 Nov 16 The opportunity for a close-up look at a once-a-day milking operation attracted farmers from across Gippsland and...
IT is becoming increasingly common for dairy farmers to use synchronisation programs routinely in their artificial insemination breeding plans.
02 Nov 16 IT is becoming increasingly common for dairy farmers to use synchronisation programs routinely in their artificial...
The number of dairy animals DNA tested – or genotyped – in Australia has escalated in the four years since commercial services became available, particularly in recent years with improvements in reliability, lower costs and greater understanding of the various ways results can be used to improve genetic gain.
24 Oct 16 The number of dairy animals DNA tested – or genotyped – in Australia has escalated in the four years since...
Virtual fencing is a step closer towards becoming a commercial reality courtesy of a new partnership between Melbourne-based agri-tech startup Agersens and international agricultural company Gallagher.03 Nov 16 Virtual fencing is a step closer towards becoming a commercial reality courtesy of a new partnership between...
GEA has installed the United Kingdom’s first automatic rotary milking dairy at Worthy Farm in Somerset.
28 Oct 16 GEA has installed the United Kingdom’s first automatic rotary milking dairy at Worthy Farm in Somerset.
Allora, Qld, brothers Andrew and Chris Mullins have been operating as a dairy partnership for nine years and during this time they have focused intensively on how they manage their forage base and feeding systems.14 Nov 16 Allora, Qld, brothers Andrew and Chris Mullins have been operating as a dairy partnership for nine years and during...
Grasses of the future will make animals healthier, more productive and reduce their impact on the environment.
11 Nov 16 Grasses of the future will make animals healthier, more productive and reduce their impact on the environment.