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James Bradford Rural is proud to be sponsoring the 2024 Gunnedah Show, running from Friday 12th April to Sunday 14th April.

Come with us to learn more about the history of The Gunnedah Show.

The 2024 Sydney Royal Easter Show concluded this week.

During the early part of the show, stud cattle from more than a dozen breeds were exhibited and judged, with animals from most Australian states receiving ribbons and acclaim.

Meat & Livestock Australia launched a one-stop shop for livestock transport information at this week's National Conference of the Queensland and Australian Livestock Transporters' Associations in Toowoomba.

ELIZA Pearson manages 67 bores on an outback station spanning nearly one million acres (400,000ha).

Kalala Station is located 10 kilometres from Daly Waters and 280 kilometres south of Katherine in the Northern Territory, divided by the Stuart Highway.

The Australian Meat Industry Council announced today that video surveillance systems will become mandatory under the processing industry's Australian Animal Welfare Certification System beginning in 2026.

Cattle can produce a variety of by-products, including crayons, lubricants, candles, soaps, lipsticks, shaving creams, deodorants, and toothpaste.

Argentinan researchers believe they will soon have another addition to their already long list: lithium batteries.

Australia's unique climate and geography have always made us vulnerable to extreme weather events, but climate change is exacerbating those conditions even more.

We are seeing more severe and frequent bushfires, putting unprecedented strain on communities and response teams, and resulting in significant social, environmental, and economic consequences.

Specialist personnel will be deployed across Australia to slow the spread of the destructive varroa mite throughout the bee industry.

The federal government's National Management Group has unanimously approved a Transition to Management Plan that limits response costs to $100 million, down from a previous limit of $136 million.

The Australian Lot Feeders Association has released its latest educational resource, a virtual feedlot tour, which promises to provide an immersive 'on-farm' experience of feedlot operations and career opportunities.

The all-inclusive virtual experience offers an immersive 360-degree walkthrough of a feedlot, with detailed insights into operational areas and concise facts about the grain-fed beef industry.

Despite the floods devastating some parts of the country, cattle and sheep producers and cotton, rice and sorghum growers are some of farming’s big winners from Australia’s rain-soaked summer.

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has bowed to industry and political pressure by announcing an investigation into supermarket food pricing, which will include a comparison of farmgate and retail prices.

Mr Albanese informed the National Press Club today that Treasurer Jim Chalmers will direct the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission to conduct a 12-month price enquiry into the supermarket industry.

Please be advised that our office will be closing on the 22nd December 2023 and be reopening on 8th January 2024. The JBR Team wishes you and your family a safe and merry Christmas