Mandatory testing for ovine johnes disease in sheep will no longer occur in South Australian abattoirs, after Thomas Foods International elected to move to a voluntary surveillance system.
- Outstanding scholars were graduating from Roseworthy, Beef Week and Merino Field Days were on, as was the Jersey Autumn Fair, and there were plenty of milestones for the Ag Bureau in March 1966.
- The 10th World Merino Conference has wrapped up.
- Beef industry stalwart Bruce Creek, Kangaroo Island, has been appointed as the inaugural chair of the South Australian Beef Industry Blueprint Working Group.
- It may still be dry but that does not mean the nation's croppers are sitting on their hands - paddocks are a hive of activity at present.
- The proposed Hughenden meat processing plant moves one step closer to fruition, as the Australian Government approves the development deed.
- Running active and occupied pigs has remained the key to the Mansfield family’s successful free-range Berkshire pig operation at Mount Pleasant.
- John Deere S700 wins award
- ISLAMOPHOBIC comment on a placard brandished at an anti-live exports rally in Adelaide has been condemned as ‘divisive’.
- MURRAY Grey bulls were in strong demand at the Green Triangle sale at Western Flat, with a lift in average of $1500 and healthy 84 per cent clearance.
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