EU to lift ban on feed made from animal remains

Reading time: 2 minutes The ban on feeds made from animal remains has been lifted in the EU, although it was put in place following the BSE (mad cow disease) outbreak for years 90. Moreover, it was lifted to favor European farmers, according to reports. Livestock feed Foods processed into animal protein (PAP) are made […]

Corteva CEO James C. Collins, Jr. to retire at year end

WILMINGTON, Del., June 23, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Corteva, Inc. (NYSE: CTVA) today announced that James (Jim) C. Collins, Jr., Managing Director, will retire from Corteva, effective December 31, 2021, after more than 37 years with the company and its predecessor, DuPont. Mr. Collins has agreed to continue in his role as CEO while […]

Roma store sale June 23: prices rise with demand for supplies and feeders

Attached is the Roma Store press report.Image – Meeleebee Downs, Wallumbilla Angus heifers that sold for 248c / kg, peaking at $ 932 for an average of $ 584. Courage 4576 Switch 488 Cattle were sourced primarily from the local sourcing area, but included a large single supplier from the Winton area. Steers made up […]

Argentina gradually resumes beef exports

Argentina is the world’s fourth largest beef exporter, with sector revenues vital to the country’s economy. BUENOS AIRES: The Argentine government on Tuesday announced the gradual resumption of beef exports suspended a month ago in an attempt to moderate the surge in prices in the country. Exports have been allowed up to a maximum of […]

Beef Prices Rise With ‘Expected Supply Tight’

Beef prices rose this week, with “extremely tight” livestock supplies expected in the coming weeks, according to the Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA). Brendan Golden, chairman of the association’s breeding committee, noted that prices “have gone up another 5 cents / kg this week.” “Steers earn € 4.15 / kg to € 4.25 / kg; heifers […]

Mouse and the importance of vaccinating your livestock

Tahnee Manton, Livestock Manager, Local Land Services Northern Tablelands The mice that are and have been present in the northern highlands for the past few months mean that much of the stored feed has not only been eaten by the mice, but has also likely received some degree of contamination. In addition to causing damage, […]

Grazing family purchases 438,000 hectare ranching station at Miranda Downs in the Gulf of Carpentaria

A leading Australian breeding family have purchased a 438,000 hectare ranching station in the Gulf of Carpentaria at a price that would set a new “benchmark” in the property market. Key points: The Hughes family, based in central Queensland, purchased the 438,000 hectare (over one million acres) Miranda Downs resort The Stanbroke Pastoral Company owned […]

Al Dahra agricultural group seeks EBRD funding for operations in Romania and Serbia

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) plans to extend, subject to approval on July 21, two loans totaling 54 million euros companies in the Al Dahra group of companies, a leading global agribusiness player headquartered in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. One of the loans, in the amount of 20 million euros, would […]

ND herders continue to sell much of their cattle herds amid drought

RUGBY, ND – Farmers and ranchers across the state have felt the impact of the drought. Many pastoralists have had to contend with the reality of selling some or all of their herds of cattle, leaving places like the Rugby Cattle Auction full of cattle and potential buyers. As the auctioneer reads the prices, many […]