TheBeefSite Newsletter - 7 October 2009
|Our Sponsors: Helping keep you updated for free!|
|ON-LINE SHOP Â Â Â News Â Â Â Company News Â Â Â Events Â Â Â Articles Â Â Â Diseases Â Â Â Treatments Â Â Â Employment Â Â Â Cattle Breeds Â Â Â SEARCH|
Welcome to this week's newsletter
Editorial: Food Safety - Who's Responsible?
We have 4 new features this week:
Canola For Forage
With potentially high feed costs could crops damaged by drought or frost provide an economical and nutritious winterfeed alternative. TheCattleSite junior editor, Charlotte Johnston looks into the possibility of canola.
Winter Feeding Management
With winter approaching and a hard summer behind them, producers may find they are short of feed. Planning ahead, using alternative feeds and culling cows may be options to consider to improve cow performance and profits, writes TheCattleSite junior editor, Charlotte Johnston.
Remote Winter Watering
Outwintering stock - how can you provide water to your herd beyond the traditional confinement yard site whilst avoiding spending large amounts of money?
Ensure Cows Earn Their Keep
Putting the pressure on cows to perform well, will ensure a highly productive and eocnomically efficient beef herd.
Â Â»Â Protests Outside Selangor Government
Â Â»Â In The Cattle Markets
Â Â»Â Manure Management Conference Focuses on Change
Â Â»Â CME: Corn Yields Expected to Reach All New Record
Â Â»Â Weekly Roberts Report
Â Â»Â Livestock Can Help Rangelands Recover From Fires
Â Â»Â US Beef Marketing to Recieve Extra Funding
Â Â»Â CME: Beef Imports Up This Year
Â Â»Â New Humane Training Programme for Animal Handlers
Â Â»Â US Climate Change Bill Fails To Involve Agriculture
Â Â»Â Weekly US Cattle Outlook
Â Â»Â CME: Lowered Prices Pressure Beef Demand
Â Â»Â Weekly Outlook: Early Corn and Soybean Exports
Â Â»Â Weekly Roberts Report
Â Â»Â CME: Output Numbers Will Not Drive Feed Prices
Â Â»Â Japan's Beef Imports Decline In August
Â Â»Â Compensation for Compulsory Slaughter
Â Â»Â NADIS Veterinary Report And Forecast
Â Â»Â Union Supports TB Eradication Order
Â Â»Â QMS Increases Levies
Â Â»Â Better Returns From On-Farm Investment
Â Â»Â Warning from MEPs Regarding EU Transport Rules
Â Â»Â UK Beef Prices Unacceptable
Â Â»Â Liver Fluke Threatens Cattle Welfare
Â Â»Â Big Retailers Hold Down UK and Ireland Cattle Prices
Â Â»Â South Korea Reopens to British Pork
Â Â»Â Sell Finishers as Heavy Stores For Profit
Â Â»Â Farmers Urged to Follow Product Label Instructions
Â Â»Â Survey to Look at Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria
Â Â»Â Meat & Wool New Zealand New Levy Rates
Â Â»Â CGF and DDGS Bode Well as Animal Feed Ingredient
Â Â»Â First Round on Agriculture â€˜Templatesâ€™ Completed
Â Â»Â Food Safety Concerns After E.coli Outbreak
Â Â»Â Oz Markets Need a Break
Â Â»Â Daily Livestock Report
Â Â»Â Weekly Australian Cattle Summary
Â Â»Â Zinc Slurry Leak Threatens Grazing Cattle
Â Â»Â Beef Exports to Japan Continue to Fall
Â Â»Â Ministry Stops Buying Cattle
Â Â»Â China a Promising Market for Food Safety Products?
Â Â»Â Brazil Industry Unites In Banning Amazon Destruction
Â Â»Â Canadian Govt Invests in Farm Animal Care
That's all for this week!