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Cows Grow Old With Good Taste
Older cattle are in demand and gaining momentum as a desirable source of protein. Though technically aged and worn out, the fact is meat from mature animals has a depth of flavour that’s just not found in the young. Consequently, new possibilities exist...
Australia’s Live Export Trade: Protecting Animal Welfare
Australia’s cattle history extends back to the arrival of the First Fleet when on a hot summer’s day in 1788; four cows, one bull and one bull calf were offloaded in the newly established British colony. A humble beginning for an industry that today...
EU Beef Market Outlook: Production Will Rise in 2015
More cattle is the springboard for a lift in European beef production this year with France leading the way, say industry experts. ...
European Beef Herd Increasing With Export Potential
New buyers are emerging for European beef and a larger herd is now in place to service that need. ...
Fast Facts on Australian Beef: 2013
Vital statistics from the world's third biggest beef exporter have been crunched by analysts at Meat and Livestock Australia for the year 2013. ...
Meat Processor Turning Wastewater From Problem to Profit
Meat processors have a part to play in reducing emissions in the red meat sector. One unit in Eastern Australia has managed to cut emissions while reducing its gas bill by almost half. ...
When Dairy Cows Become Beef Cows
Across the globe, spent milk cows make up an important proportion of beef supply and it is in producer interests to maximise cull value. ...
Scrunizing Supershedders in E.Coli Spread
American government scientists are striving to limit the movement of E. coli O157:H7 - a bacteria of no danger to cattle - through the supply chain where it can lead to severe illness in humans. ...
How to Make Canadian Beef Competitive
Information about the Canadian beef industry needs to be shared and colloboration promoted in order to catch up with poultry, writes Lisa Guenther for Genome Alberta. ...
Key Cattle Market Themes for 2014
Glynn Tonsor, Agricultural Economics Professor at Kansas State University, advises cattlemen to be ready for uncertainty and the unexpected. ...
What Did the Australian Beef Market Do in 2013?
Winter price action was steady and eastern states reported a 17 per cent higher slaughter throughput than in 2012, write Meat and Livestock Australia analysts in their seasonal summary. ...
Pharmacovigilance: Tracing Beef Problems 'Post Market'
Canada has a system in place to detect when beef cattle drugs have unintended harmful effects on cattle, or when drugs do not work as advertised....
Cowherd Decline Can Turn Around
Being involved with a beef brand can offer security during times when cattle numbers are low, according to Larry Corah, Vice President, Certified Angus Beef LLC....
Have Calf Registrations Stabilised in Northern Ireland?
Limousin represents the biggest breed in calf registration data this year, says the Livestock and Meat Commission Northern Ireland, which has noted a return to last year's levels in calvings over September and October. ...
Does Instrument Grading Spot More Yield Grade 4-5 Carcasses?
A project led through Ohio State Beef extension aims to scrutinise just how reliable video image analysis is in carcass grading. ...
 
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