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Beating drought with agricultural insurance
Editorial
28/03/16 - Farm businesses have a new tool to help protect against the perils of drought, frost, hail and fire.
New South Australia milk plant
Editorial
23/03/16 - Blue Lake Dairy Company in South Australia's South East has lodged an application with Wattle Range Council to build a $15 million plant.
Fungal outbreak in eastern Australia causes dairy cattle
Editorial
20/03/16 - Veterinarians have confirmed cattle deaths and production loss in dairy herds, caused by "severe outbreaks" of facial eczema in parts of eastern Australia.
More than 40 hospitalised after chlorine exposure
Editorial
07/03/16 - A suspected faulty water pipe led to more than 40 workers from the Baiada Poultry factory in Beresfield being hospitalised on Monday.
The shifting dynamic of Aussie meat production
Editorial
07/03/16 - With a restricted pool of natural resources, efficiency gains have driven the increase in Australian meat production over the last four decades.
Parrot revolutionaries precision agriculture with Sequoia: a miniaturised high-tech multispectral sensor, compatible with all civil drones
Editorial
08/02/16 - Crop management should evolve to become even more effective: it is necessary to know to better produce, improve its environmental performance.
Primatech bottle mount vaccinator
Supplier news
17/12/12 - Think Livestock offers 2mL Primatech fast fit bottle mount vaccinators designed to administer Ovastim and Piliguard perfectly.
Supplier news
12/11/12 - This article provides some tips for oral drenching of sheep where the aim is to have the sheep safely and completely swallow a volume of liquid you place in its mouth.
Virbac Australia General Manager Bruce Bell
Supplier news
10/08/12 - One of the most significant advancements in animal health in the past 25 years can be traced to a 1983 discovery on a golf course in Victoria’s Mallee region.
Supplier news
23/07/12 - Scientists at the University Of Queensland are in the process of developing two advanced vaccines that stand to save the Queensland cattle industry more than $340 million a year.
Virbac’s Multimin can increase the effectiveness of vaccines, according to a new study from the USA
Supplier news
27/06/12 - Multimin from Virbac Animal Health can improve the effectiveness of vaccines in cattle, according to a study conducted in the USA.
Pfizer’s Pestigard vaccines the first to prevent BVDV in cattle
Supplier news
05/04/12 - Pestigard livestock vaccination programs from Pfizer Animal Health are the only form of medication available for the prevention of BVDV in Australian cattle

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