Meat & Livestock Australia has closed all its offices for a month to ride out the coronavirus risk.
LiveCorp is speeding up accreditation of stock handlers to ensure live sheep and cattle boats keep sailing.
Export uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic is continuing to impact Australia's lamb and mutton markets.
A big yarding of lambs at Monday's Bendigo sale added to fears producers are keen to sell amid fears coronavirus will cause more headaches in the red meat supply chain.
There are ways to keep working dogs safe from accessing baits without having to cease baiting operations.
Federal Agriculture Minister, David Littleproud, has announced wool auctions and saleyards are an essential part of the agriculture supply chain.
The luxury menswear brand from Italy runs the awards in collaboration with the Australian Superfine Wool Growers Association.
Australian Wool Innovation chairman Colette Garnsey has written to grower shareholders to update them on how the company is dealing with coronavirus.
AWEX has bowed to pressure and will defer its push to add a new non-mulesed category on the National Wool Declaration.
Thirteen Merino and Poll Merino studs showed off their flocks at the Loddon Valley Merino Field Day.
Fifty one Australian White rams were on offer during the annual multi-vendor sale at Narrandera on account the Gilmore family, Tattykeel, Oberon and Josh Clinton, Camden Valley, The Oaks.