Plant Identification Infographic

Have you spotted an unknown weed, grass or plant on your property? You can now get accurate and efficient identification online by sending photos of unknown samples directly to industry experts. This infographic developed by Leading Sheep provides helpful tips on where to send images and how to ensure photos are clear to ensure accurate … Read more

Be ready for restocking

Here are some points to consider when restocking with sheep. KEY TOOLS: Always ask for a copy of the National Sheep Health Declaration from the vendor. The Declaration enables livestock buyers to assess the risk for Ovine Johne’s disease and a range of other biosecurity issues, including footrot, lice and ovine brucellosis. It recognises vaccination history and flock testing … Read more

Pulpy kidney and toxic plant issues after good April rain

Rains in March and April have initiated variable pasture response for many producers throughout Queensland. In some areas the rapid growth of green feed after these rain events has brought associated risks. Issues are occurring predominantly in flocks introduced to the area from other pasture types or drought affected areas. This includes stock that have … Read more