Executive director of the Global Dairy Platform, Donald Moore, recently told an Australian audience that the biggest future threat to the world dairy industry could be synthetic milk.
Proven resilience from a mix of pad feeding and pastures has set a Brisbane Valley dairy farming family for the next generation.
THE foundations of a sustainable dairy enterprise for Darling Downs, Queensland, farmers Steve and Jenny McCarthy have been built on more than 70 years of improved Jersey genetics.
By embracing key changes in farming practices a Queensland dairying family has doubled milk production from the same land area in little over a decade.
Buying another property has been the answer to securing feed for sustainable dairy production for Queensland farmers David and Robyn Kucks.
Installing a lateral move irrigator was one of the best investments Darling Downs farmer Peter Smith has ever made.
The Queensland dairy industry is celebrating one of the State’s boldest ever projects with the investment of up to $500 million in a new integrated farming and processing venture dedicated to supplying the Chinese market.
A Central Queensland farming family is taking proactive steps to ensure a viable future in dairying for the next generation.
Building a dairy herd from scratch with a short term goal of milking at least 600 cows a year has been a challenge progressive young Queensland farms Ged and Rachael Mullins are relishing.