Meat and Livestock Australia | 06 December 2017
The eating quality of Australia’s already world-renowned beef is on the rise with the national average Meat Standards Australia (MSA) Index reaching 57.56 in 2015-17 to be 0.84 points ahead of the… Continue reading
Meat & Livestock Australia | 28th November 2017
After sharing his tips on lamb marketing two weeks ago, Tasmanian producer Stephen Creese explains how turning off large lines of quiet cattle have secured him a happy customer
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During 2014-15, almost 13,000 producers throughout Australia consigned over 3.2 million cattle to the MSA program. The top performing producers in each state have been recognised for their hard work, dedication and quality produce through the inaugural… Continue reading
For Tasmanian cattle producers Philip and Gaylene Hughes, the secret to producing high quality Meat Standards Australia (MSA) beef is in keeping their cattle calm and quiet. Continue reading
Beef producer Geoff Roberts has the needs of the consumer at the heart of his Meat Standards Australia registered Murray Grey herd. Continue reading
Click here to view 2015 Australian beef eating quality audit Continue reading
Hereford steers in the breed’s national progeny test project have averaged in the top five per cent of all cattle graded on the Meat Standards Australia Index for eating quality.
Building roads and breeding stud cattle don't seem to share a lot in common as professions, but Warwick Court co-principal Bob Holdsworth argues otherwise. Continue reading
Purebred Hereford steers rigorously evaluated for carcass data have consistently graded in the top 10 per cent for eating quality under the new Meat Standards Australia (MSA) Index.
Seven consignments totalling 438 steers from the large-scale progeny test program conducted by Herefords Australia were slaughtered from July 2012 to August 2014 to record an average MSA Index of 62.41. Continue reading
The recent kill and scan results from 39 head of Hereford steers continues to highlight the exceptional performance and meat quality that can be achieved from the Hereford breed, says Herefords Australia CEO John McKew. Continue reading