What are beef by-products used for?

Posted by Princess Royal Station on Dec 1, 2017 10:58:06 AM

It is a well-known fact that focus of breeding beef cattle is to produce a food source. As the global population increases, so does the demand for beef.

Not all the carcass is fit for human consumption. Apart from the meat being the different cuts of beef, what happens to the parts that are inedible? It is true that some of the parts are in edible by-products. Here we are focusing on non-edible. Rather than wasting these products they can be used to make or help make non-edible products.

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Topics: Beef, Cattle, Beef Cattle, Production, Industry, Beef Market, Education, Suppy Chain

Moving Agriculture Forward

Posted by Princess Royal Station on Oct 6, 2017 12:22:48 PM
There is no disputing the fact that the agricultural industry is an essential component of our global society . To ensure the long-term sustainability of the industry, it is vital that we continue to grow and improve our production and processing methods .
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Topics: Industry, Australia, Producers, Production, Agriculture, Farming, Farmers

Why we need to do more with less

Posted by Princess Royal Station on Sep 22, 2017 3:01:39 PM

The pressure is on, now more than ever, to increase both production and productivity of agricultural practices, whilst remaining economical and environmentally sustainable and efficient.

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Topics: Industry, Australia, Producers, Production, Agriculture, sustainability, Farming, Farmers

Family Farms

Posted by Princess Royal Station on Aug 25, 2017 8:30:00 AM

Farming and station families have been around since the advent of agriculture in Australia . There are many families that have been working and living in rural Australia for many generations .
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Topics: Australia, Production, Country Life, Community, Regional, Agriculture, Farmers, Farming, Farming Families, Family

Beef Market Influence

Posted by Princess Royal Station on Aug 11, 2017 2:02:05 PM
Prices rise and fall with the market, but what exactly is it that influences the market?  Certainly , supply and demand is a large factor, with consumers influencing demanding with their hip pocket .
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Topics: Cattle, Information, Beef, Australia, Australian Beef, Industry, Market, Beef Market, Livestock, Influence, Production, Suppy Chain

What is the Australian Beef Difference?

Posted by Princess Royal Station on Jul 28, 2017 2:00:53 PM
Australian beef is a cut above the rest for many reasons. Australian red meat producers work hard to maintain the high standards set by the industry.

There are a lot of contributing factors when it comes to superior eating quality including;
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Topics: Australia, Agriculture, Industry, Livestock, Production, Cropping, Australian Beef, Beef, Red Meat, Producers, Quality

A Farmers Work Is Never Done

Posted by Princess Royal Station on Jul 14, 2017 2:36:32 PM
For us here in Burra the crops are sown and are now in the hands of nature. But our farmer's work is not over, they stay busy year-round, monitoring crops and their progress . They also need to monitor weeds and pests to ensure when their crops are ready to harvest, they will be of the highest quality possible, ultimately for the end consumer .
 
But for most Australian farmers, that’s not all that needs to be done during the off-season. Many farmers produce more than one food source and most have livestock that also needs to be taken care of.
 
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Topics: Australia, Rural, Agriculture, Industry, Insider, Livestock, Production, Cropping, Harvest

What is EU Beef?

Posted by Princess Royal Station on Apr 21, 2017 11:15:30 AM

 

The European market opened up to Australian beef in 2010 and since then the international market has experienced a steady demand for Australian European Union (EU) certified beef . Their demand for Australian beef is projected to continue to increase. (MLA
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Topics: Industry, Producers, Australia, Production, EU, Beef, Australian Beef, Livestock, HGP's, Lifetime Tracability

Preparing for Seeding

Posted by Princess Royal Station on Apr 7, 2017 10:50:09 AM
 
It is about that time of year when South Australian producers are preparing their land for their 2017 crops . This takes a huge amount of time and effort and is a part of what we do here at Princess Royal Station in Burra.
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Topics: Agriculture, Farming, Industry, Producers, Australia, Production, Cropping, Crop, Seeding, Preperation

A Brief History of South Australian Agriculture

Posted by Princess Royal Station on Mar 24, 2017 4:24:37 PM

Unlike the eastern states of Australia, South Australia was not colonised by convicts, the state was committed to a ‘free’ settlement when the South Australian Association, formed in late 1833, promoted the state to Europeans. (Bound for South Australia

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Topics: Agriculture, Livestock, Farming, Industry, Producers, Australia, History, Production, Quality, Cropping

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