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Stubble in field
Technical bulletin

Act early to capture the best value from dry feeds and stubble

Regardless of whether you’re in a beef or sheep operation, dry feed utilisation is an important issue. In our climate, broadly speaking, we have periods when standing dry feed and stubble are an important part of our grazing and nutritional program. What’s really clear is, regardless of region, the quality

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Antimicrobial resistance

World Antibiotic Awareness Week 2019

ProAgni  are taking part in activities to promote World Antibiotic Awareness Week as part of our commitment to removing antibiotics from the food chain. WAAW  is held from 18 – 24 November 2019. It aims to draw attention to the effective use of antibiotics in preventing and containing antimicrobial resistance.   This

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LJ Hooker
Biotechnology

Fighting antimicrobial resistance with each breath

In Australia, one in 2,500 babies are born with CF, incredibly that’s one every four days. Cystic Fibrosis (CF) primarily affects the lungs and digestive system, with sufferers labouring to breathe from a build-up of mucus, resulting in frequent lung infections. A percentage of patients will need a double lung

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Rob Bell presentation at SmartBeef 2019
Cattle

ALFA SMARTBEEF 2019 – ‘Is chicken the new beef?’

The chicken industry has under gone massive change over the past 15 years maintaining their social licence to farm. We have seen the rise of free range egg business to meet consumer demands and a shift in antibiotic use that has moved the market of the clean green broiler from

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Lachlan Campbell discusses ProAgni Probiotics in The Land newspaper
Biotechnology

ProAgni probiotic hopes on trial

Article reprinted courtesy of Mark Griggs – The Land. UPWARDS of 80 per cent of all antibiotics produced in the world go into animal husbandry and lotfeeding in particular, according to Lachlan Campbell, CEO of ProAgni (Aust) Pty Ltd, Bonada, Wellington. “There’s a huge social licence about getting those antibiotics

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Early weaning lambs
Q and A

Weaning light and young lambs for Spring

Q. In what circumstances would you be early weaning lambs? Early weaning is a management tool to improve utilisation of feed resources across any season.  Drought continues to have a big impact, in parts of Australia, on feed availability and pricing. Early weaning can save a producer up to 40%*

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Sponsored events

Winning Bidders – Elders Beyond Blue Dinner

Image: L to R Darcy, Dale, Lukus and Gary. Ray and Lynette Bald (not shown) made the winning bid on the night. The Bald Family (from Ettrick in SA) were the lucky winning bidders, on a “ProAgni Animal nutrition formula pack” that included ProTect S pellets and ProGreen powdered lick,

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Elders fundraising auction for Beyond Blue
Sponsored events

Elders Murray Bridge fundraiser auction for Beyond Blue

With the recent rains creating favourable conditions, there was a notable spring in the steps of the many farmers & their partners that attended the Elders Murray Bridge Beyond Blue auction dinner. With 150 attendees Elders hosted this event on the evening of Friday 21st June at The Rydges Pit

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Merino Stud
Case Studies

Emerging from the drought with a better business

With a Merino stud, “Bella Lana”, and commercial sheep flock, the Brien’s had used supplementary feeding to finish lambs, prepare ewes for joining or lambing or to maintain condition on stud rams on an ad hoc basis over the years. However in 2018 Scott and Anna decided they needed to

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