Animal Health Australia has developed the LookCheck app to keep you informed about livestock health risks and make it easy to initiate conversation with the right vet. You can search it on the app store now!
The Ausline Committee are excited at the prospects that will be available to members through the new 'Heritage Angus Resource Listing'.
Over the coming months there will be emails, conference calls, question and answer sessions and more with regard to education on what the new rules and the Heritage Angus Resource Register has to offer members.
We have put together this chart that outlines ways to breed registrable Ausline cattle. Together with the new rules that have been sent out to members this chart gives you a quick reference guide to “Pathways for Breeding Registered Auslines”.
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As you realize there have been some changes to the registration rules of the Association. Please check your herd to make sure that all cattle you have in your herd, that you are intending to use to breed Ausline progeny, are registered as Auslines by 31st December. If they are over the age of 12 months, the Committee has agreed to accept these animals at a flat fee of $26 to do this.
This applies to any Lowline registered cattle that you may have.
If there is a problem getting this done by the 31st of December, please contact the President, Phil Labrie 0417261784.
Embryos that have been collected before 31st December 2018, with Lowline parentage, will be accepted for registration as Auslines when implanted at any date in the future. These embryos can be traded without any issues.
Semen with Lowline parentage, when used with registered Ausline cows, will result in registrable Ausline calves.
Please have your say and then share it to your page. Get it out there m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2504110672939933&id=561204267230593Dear Cattle Producers, AgForce Queensland have put out the below post to get your say on allowing competent Lay Pregnancy Testers to Pregnancy Test in QLD as we are allowed to in NSW and other states. If you could take a few minutes of your time and fill out the form through the link below, Thankyou. John Chapman SEQ Genetics
Outdated regulations in Queensland and a lack of vets in remote areas are increasing costs and reducing margins for producers. Share your thoughts on lay cattle pregnancy testing with the Queensland Government here: bit.ly/cattlepregnancy... See MoreSee Less