Food production

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Realities and challenges for Basin Plan

Tuesday 14 Oct 2014

Getting communities involved is crucial to the success of the Murray Darling Basin Plan. That's the message CSU wetlands expert, Professor Max Finlayson, will deliver at the Australian Regional Development Conference.

Insight into Indonesian beef industry

Sunday 21 Sep 2014

A group of CSU students has a new understanding of production, cultural and animal welfare aspects of a key beef export market, after a tour of Indonesia.

Beef forum examines global challenges for producers

Monday 1 Sep 2014

More than 200 producers and industry representatives at the recent CSU 'The Business of Beef' forum gained valuable insights into the global challenges that beef producers face.

CSU research finalist in Eureka Prize

Thursday 7 Aug 2014

CSU research which has increased farm profits and improved the environment is part of a project named as a finalist in the Australian Museum Eureka Prizes.

Hydatids found in Tasmanian dogs

Thursday 31 Jul 2014

CSU research has found a tapeworm which can cause significant human and animal health problems in Tasmania.

Uncovering animal cruelty, the end can sometimes justify the means

Sunday 29 Jun 2014
Legislative change to crack down on activists breaking into farms to film suspected animal cruelty should be approached with caution, according to Professor John Kleinig from CSU's Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics (CAPPE).

National student meat judging at CSU

Tuesday 24 Jun 2014

Charles Sturt University (CSU) is fielding a 27-member student team in the 2014 Australian Intercollegiate Meat Judging (ICMJ) competition being held in Wagga Wagga from Tuesday 8 to Sunday 13 July.

Essential oils to treat mastitis in cows

Sunday 22 Jun 2014

Oregano, thyme and cloves are not usually associated with milk but Charles Sturt University (CSU) researchers hope essential oils from these plants may be useful in treating a costly problem for the dairy industry.

GM crop ruling makes sense: CSU academic

Wednesday 28 May 2014

A landmark ruling in the West Australian Supreme Court about genetically modified (GM) crops has been described as a victory for common sense by Emeritus Professor in Agriculture, Jim Pratley from Charles Sturt University (CSU).

First casualty of milk price war

Monday 7 Apr 2014

Coles Supermarkets Australia (Coles) has acknowledged misleading representations in an online video released last year, which was skewered by a Charles Sturt University (CSU) student.

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