No kids, lamb chops don't grow on trees

No kids, lamb chops don't grow on trees

Researchers at the University of Adelaide are shedding light on the different ways people talk to their children about meat production, and what that means for family values and their understanding of agriculture and food. According to the research, it seems parents like to start having the conversation about where meat comes from while their…

Magnificent Seven earns calendar honour

Magnificent Seven earns calendar honour

Meet magnificent `Seven’, the cow with the distinctive marking on her forehead that has earned her a national profile. Owned by Di and Gary Bowles from northern Victoria, Seven has been named ‘Miss April’ on the 2016 online Legendairy calendar, part of the dairy industry’s celebration of the special bond Australia’s Legendairy farmers have with…

Lights, camera, action on ferals

Lights, camera, action on ferals

The Invasive Animals CRC has opened its popular feral animal photo competition to include moving images with a ‘best footage’ category in the 2016 national contest. Jessica Marsh, Natural Resource Management Facilitator for the Invasive Animals CRC with NSW Department of Primary Industries, initiated the competition in 2010 to highlight feral animal impacts and the…