Original article by Jennifer Hewett, Australian Financial Review Sott Morrison insists Australia’s climate change policies will be determined here rather than in other countries. This is a polite dismissal of Boris Johnson’s call for “bold action” during this week’s prime ministerial phone chat. But global capital markets and investors don’t necessarily follow national government agendas,…

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Original article by Mark Phelps, Queensland Country Life Reducing the methane emissions produced by cattle results in increased productivity and ultimately profitability. That’s the finding of University of Sydney research which shows new-generation supplements not only reduce green house gas emissions, but used strategically can also result in more calves, heavier weights, fewer mortalities, and…

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Article orignally by Dominic Powell, SMH Supermarket giant Woolworths has become Australia’s first corporate retailer to have its emission reduction goals endorsed by an independent, UN-backed body amid rising pressure from investors for companies to take climate action seriously. The company has pledged to cut the emissions produced by its 3000-strong retail and warehouse network…

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A research paper co-drafted by Professor Peter Windsor and Dr James Young has been released. The research shows the efficacy and benefits of medicated blocks for smallholder cattle and buffalo calves in developing countries. Trials were conducted in Laos. Read the full paper here.

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Article orignally by Laos Buffalo Dairy Why Buffalo Milk? One of the questions we are asked the most at the farm is what is the difference between buffalo milk and cow’s milk. Well, we think it’s about time we gave you the definitive answer and explained the benefits of adding buffalo milk to your diet.…

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