THE state's stud beef breeders have reported mixed fortunes during this year's Stock Journal Beef Week, but several participants enjoyed their best bull sales in several years.
THE fourth and final day of Stock Journal Beef Week attracted plenty of interest at the 20 Upper South East studs involved.
Lower and Mid South East beef studs opened their gates for day three of Stock Journal Beef Week with plenty of interest from across SA and into Vic and NSW.
Fleurieu Peninsula, Adelaide Hills and Riverland cattle studs opened their gates today for day two of Stock Journal's Beef Week.
Cattle studs across the Mid North and Yorke Peninsula opened their gates to commercial and stud producers today, kicking off Stock Journal Beef Week for 2020.
Fifty five studs will open their gates for 2020 Stock Journal Beef Week kicking off tomorrow, including four new entrants.
STOCK Journal is proud to be partnering with MGA Insurance Group, Neogen Genomic Solutions, International Animal health and Aussie Feeders to present Beef Week 2020.
INTERNATIONAL Animal Health (IAH) is an Australian owned, family business situated at Huntingwood in Sydney and is a new supporter of Southern Beef Week 2020.
DNA testing and genomic selection tools are not often thought about in the context of drought management, but they can assist producers position their herds for a faster and more productive recovery when the rains return.
Coming from a farming background in Warrnambool, Victoria, the team at Aussie Feeders are knowledgeable about the requirements of agricultural products.