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Sheep producers have been reminded to monitor their flocks for signs of flystrike and to take immediate action to protect the welfare of their animals and flock profitability.
The long running national sheep sire evaluation project, Yardstick, is celebrating its 20th year of operation in Western Australia this year.
Data-driven decision making in the sheep industry has been given a boost, with the popular Sheep Notes reference publication going online.
Sheep producers can optimise lamb and ewe production by weaning lambs no later than 14 weeks after the start of lambing to make the most of pastures before they start to deteriorate in nutritional
Sheepmeat exports from Western Australia reached record values in 2019, according to the latest sheep industry snapshot from the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development.
Sheep producers have been urged to evaluate their flock selling strategies carefully to ensure the long term profitability and viability of their enterprise and the industry is not eroded by short
Good sheep management is about making well informed decisions and acting on those decisions at the right time.
A Carbon Accounting for Sheep Producers pilot workshop was hosted by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) recently to assist sheep producers to calculate the amount
Visitors to Wagin Woolorama will be able to check out the latest ag-tech innovations and digital technologies at the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development’s (DPIRD) display.
The department's Business Improvement Grant (BIG) program commenced in 2015 with the aim of helping to improve the performance and resilience of northern beef businesses.