Established in 1914, Holstein Australia is the largest dairy cattle breed society in Australia. Recognised as a world leader in the provision of registration, classification and genetic improvement services for dairy producers, its Herdbook and Appendix contain the records of more than two million animals, with 60,000 new registrations and 50,000 classifications each year. Holstein Australia represents its members on numerous Australian and international organisations, and provides an independent, member-focused voice on matters affecting genetic improvement in the Australian dairy industry.
Fourth-generation dairy farmer, Tahlia McSwain, from Chapman Hill in Western Australia has been announced as the 2019 Holstein Australia Youth UK Exchange winner. Funded by Holstein Australia, in partnership with Holstein UK, the exchange begins in l... more
Thursday, June 20th, 2019 - Holstein Australia
Jersey Australia, The Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria and Holstein Australia are pleased to announce the first ever Australian team to compete at the European Young Breeders School, to be held in Battice, Belgium in August this year.... more
Tuesday, May 21st, 2019 - Holstein Australia
The search is on for the Holstein Australia 2019 Youth UK exchange scholarship recipient, with applications now open.... more
Tuesday, May 14th, 2019 - Holstein Australia
The Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria, Jersey Australia and Holstein Australia have come together to provide young people intending to pursue a career in the dairy industry with the opportunity to take part in a farm visit and educational tour i... more
Friday, March 22nd, 2019 - Holstein Australia
Graeme Gillan, Holstein Australia CEO, announced that the National Dairy Youth Camp 2019 will take place during the Easter school holidays in Sale, Victoria at International Dairy Week today.... more
Monday, January 21st, 2019 - Holstein Australia
The January proof release clearly shows an increased rate of genetic gain for the Holstein breed in Australia, according to Rohan Butler, Holstein Australia’s Genetic Improvement and Research Manager.... more
Wednesday, January 16th, 2019 - Holstein Australia
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