Australian dairy farmers continue to smash genomic records with 51 per cent more females tested this past year. A total of 92,986 dairy females were genomically tested during 2022-23, according to DataGene. This 51 per cent increase is the largest year-on-year jump...
Sam Simpson and Mark Billing
Region: South-West Victoria
AUSTRALIA’S offering of good dairy bulls is now even better. And this improvement in the way DataGene classifies bulls is set to ensure long-term genetic development for the local dairy industry. DataGene, the independent and industry owned organisation responsible...
Rodney and Nicole May
Region: Western Australia
Region: Northern Victoria
Region: Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia
Hear from farmers talking about their experiences in testing heifers, analysts who have been crunching the numbers on the cost of heifer rearing, scientists discovering new opportunities using genomics and industry panellists developing service delivery opportunities.