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Planning for the next six months of drought feeding

Agronomist Mark Lucas advised maintaining weed free fallows for early sowings was paramount.

Beef producers are turning to custom feeding replacement heifers in Riverina feedlots as they face the prospect of another six months of supplementary feeding.

Gundagai agronomist and…

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NSW Angus rewards those drought-affected

Two deserving couples affected by the drought in NSW will be given an expenses paid trip to the 2019 Sydney Royal Show by the NSW State Committee of Angus Australia.

The Business Recognition Reward was conceived by Committee chairman Mark…

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Buyers snap up Reiland genetics to $12,000

Jess Reynolds and Sam Lucas, Reiland Angus, with auctioneer Michael Glasser, GTSM, and equal top price buyer Jo-Ann Strong, Tiana Park Pastoral, Jugiong. Jo-Ann bought Reiland Macfadden M1281, sired by Landfall Right Time 24J G483.

Beef producers chasing bulls with…

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Reiland Angus helps out Kidney Kar Rally

Two bright pink rally cars sporting the Reiland Angus logo will be raising money for kidney disease in the Kidney Kar Rally in August.

John Taylor, Vicky Colley, Shane Lisle and Charlie Gaston will be competing in the rally, starting…

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Balancing the ration to achieve cost effective weight gain

) Nutritionist Ian Sawyer outlined alternative feed stuffs for supplementary feeding beef cattle.

As traditional grain and fodder supplies run critically low, alternative feed stuffs for cattle rations are now on the radar.

Victorian nutritionist Ian Sawyer, Feedworks, Romsey, outlined…

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Pushing genetic boundaries on feed costs in cattle

Dr David Johnston believes beef producers should be fully costing feed in developing breeding objectives.

Selection for genetic efficiency during times of drought and high feed costs will soon be a reality for commercial beef producers.

Animal Genetics and Breeding…

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Reiland blood calves top Gundagai weaner sale

Reiland blood weaners topped the 77th annual weaner cattle sale at Gundagai on June 8.

Toby and Amanda O’Brien, and Lorraine Sutton, “Willow Glen’’, Gilmour, sold the top price pen of steers, Reiland and Bongongo blood, for $1020.

The…

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