Livestock SA has a vision for a strong, viable, productive and profitable livestock production sector in South Australia which is valued by the community and all levels of government.
Livestock SA Initiatives
Livestock SA provides advocacy and industry assistance in conjunction with other state and national bodies, all with the focus to provide help and support to those in the livestock industries.
- Teys to launch its own pasturefed standard, as alternative to... Interesting news from Beef Central - with Teys set to launch its own pasturefed standard for beef.
- Meat & Livestock Australia Want to know more about price grids and carcase feedback? A recent FutureBeef- Beef Central webinar resulted in a very interesting Q&A session on this topic with AUS-MEAT Limited's Ben Robinson and Meat Standards Australia's Jarrod Lees presenting!
More than 60 live questions were received during the recent FutureBeef/Beef Central ...
- New weapons to hoodwink cunning foxes Some great tips on autumn fox control - story thanks to Stock Journal
Autumn is a critical time for landholders to undertake fox baiting and stop young foxes in their tracks, according to Natural Resources SE authorised officers Josh Rosser and David Robertson.
- ANZAC Day Australia New Zealand At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them. Lest we forget.
The dawn service is particularly poignant and solemn ceremony that is held each year on Anzac Day, marking the anniversary of the Anzacs’ courageous dawn landing at Gallipoli on 25 April 1915.
- Stock Journal Congratulations to all of the winners from the SA Sheep Expo - including Victoria's Tess Runting who won the senior highest achiever. Great to see such passion for the sheep industry from all who participated! Tess features on this video from Stock Journal!
It has been another interstate raid on ...
- Livestock SA April Newsletter Livestock SA has welcomed the Federal Government providing extra support for landholders, including $120,000 on a 50:50 basis with pastoralists to fund wild dog trappers to work on individual properties. Find out all of the news in our latest newsletter!
- CSIRO Did you know that Australia is the world's second-biggest producer of sheep at about 70 million? Or that sheep can recognise and remember up to 50 individual faces in a flock? Here's a few interesting facts about ovines for the end of the working week from BBC Earth.
Sheep are ...