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INTERNATIONAL Dairy Week (IDW) in January each year at Tatura, Vic, has evolved as the largest and obvious place in Australia for exhibiting dairy cattle, for their owners and handlers, young and old, to display the best the breeds have to offer.

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INTERNATIONAL Dairy Week (IDW) in January each year at Tatura, Vic, has evolved as the largest and obvious place in Australia for
Reconfiguring their farm into a higher producing pasture-based system has been behind the earthworks and irrigation installation undertaken by Stephen and Jess Knight, Stratford, in Victoria. 
16 Jan 18 Reconfiguring their farm into a higher producing pasture-based system has been behind the earthworks and irrigation...
DAIRYFARMERS Jenny and Graeme Cope have driven a raft of changes to farm safety on their Gippsland farm with the help of Dairy Australia’s Farm Safety Starter Kit.
16 Jan 18 DAIRYFARMERS Jenny and Graeme Cope have driven a raft of changes to farm safety on their Gippsland farm with the...
As a nation-wide, multi-sector collaboration with cotton, rice and sugar, the Smarter Irrigation for Profit project has resulted in unprecedented knowledge and understanding of ways to increase water, energy and labour efficiencies on irrigated dairy farms.
16 Jan 18 As a nation-wide, multi-sector collaboration with cotton, rice and sugar, the Smarter Irrigation for Profit project...
WHEN bull-buying clients started asking Holstein breeder Trevor Parrish about the new Heat Tolerance ABV, he knew he had to make sure he was breeding what his customers wanted.
15 Jan 18 WHEN bull-buying clients started asking Holstein breeder Trevor Parrish about the new Heat Tolerance ABV, he knew he...
The 4.9 per cent jump in dairy values at the latest GlobalDairyTrade auction is the biggest shift in price movement since August last year.
17 Jan 18 The 4.9 per cent jump in dairy values at the latest GlobalDairyTrade auction is the biggest shift in price movement...
With a few taps on the keyboard and some clicks of the mouse, Australian dairyfarmers can contribute to research to improve animal health and biosecurity.
12 Jan 18 With a few taps on the keyboard and some clicks of the mouse, Australian dairyfarmers can contribute to research to...
DAIRYFARMERS Jenny and Graeme Cope have driven a raft of changes to farm safety on their Gippsland farm with the help of Dairy Australia’s Farm Safety Starter Kit.
16 Jan 18 DAIRYFARMERS Jenny and Graeme Cope have driven a raft of changes to farm safety on their Gippsland farm with the...
WORKPLACE Safety Inspectors, throughout Australia, are increasing the number of dairy farm inspections as part of a campaign to improve farm safety. 
11 Jan 18 WORKPLACE Safety Inspectors, throughout Australia, are increasing the number of dairy farm inspections as part of a...
INTERNATIONAL Dairy Week (IDW) in January each year at Tatura, Vic, has evolved as the largest and obvious place in Australia for exhibiting dairy cattle, for their owners and handlers, young and old, to display the best the breeds have to offer. 
17 Jan 18 INTERNATIONAL Dairy Week (IDW) in January each year at Tatura, Vic, has evolved as the largest and obvious place in...
IT IS the opportunity to network with Australian breeders and overseas breeding representatives that takes Ted Bingham and Deborah Parkes to International Dairy Week (IDW) each year. 
17 Jan 18 IT IS the opportunity to network with Australian breeders and overseas breeding representatives that takes Ted...
Dairyfarmers are reminded that chemicals used on farms, including those used to clean and sanitise the plant and milk vats, must be registered with the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA).
20 Sep 17 Dairyfarmers are reminded that chemicals used on farms, including those used to clean and sanitise the plant and...
When Victorian dairyfarmer Lauren Finger's father said he had an idea, little did she know how much of an impact his invention would improve her on-farm productivity and safety.
05 Sep 17 When Victorian dairyfarmer Lauren Finger's father said he had an idea, little did she know how much of an impact his...
Reconfiguring their farm into a higher producing pasture-based system has been behind the earthworks and irrigation installation undertaken by Stephen and Jess Knight, Stratford, in Victoria. 
16 Jan 18 Reconfiguring their farm into a higher producing pasture-based system has been behind the earthworks and irrigation...
Sorghum and maize can each play a part in providing home-grown feed on dairy farms but farmers need to carefully prepare and follow a plan to obtain the most value from these crops.16 Oct 17 Sorghum and maize can each play a part in providing home-grown feed on dairy farms but farmers need to carefully...