THE AUSTRALIAN JERSEY JOURNAL
Jersey Australia is fiercely proud of The Australian Jersey Journal which is distributed throughout Australia to approximately 900 members bi-monthly in hardcopy.
The magazine aims to promote the community that breeds, promotes and believes in Australia’s most efficient dairy cow. The Jersey Journal comes free with all Jersey Australia memberships and has been available online for nearly three years free of charge.
Jersey enthusiasts from 36 countries have chosen to download each issue around 1000 times which gives our advertisers maximum exposure.
If you have any ideas for the Journal, have news from your region or indeed wish to advertise please contact the Pre-Press Editor Sharon Clark email@example.com or call her on 0437 066 077.
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The July/August 2021 ediiton of the Australian Jersey Journal was recently published andd anotehr crakcing edition it was. In this edition we Wrapped up the 2021 AGM and Conference Lisa Broad was appointed President of JA following the AGM. We caught up with Lisa to chat on what are her key objectives in leading the […]
CrhThe May / June 2021 edition of the Australian Jersey Journal is out now and what a cracking edition it is. Our thanks to the many advertisers and supporters who have made this 56 page edition. In the Journal, we: Preview Dairy’s Finest Sale and speak to the sale organisers and some of vendors on […]
The March/April 20021 Edition is out now in your mailbox and is another bumper edition. With the 2021 JA AGM heading to Warragul and hosted by the Central Gippsland Club in May, in this edition we: Sat down with 2 local breeders who we will be visiting during the AGM Don and Renee Ross of […]
Out now is the January/ February edition of the Australia Jersey Journal. In this edition: We catch up with Lachlan Fry, Darien Mathews and Reece Attenborough on their appointment to the Genetics Committee Updated BPI’s were released in Dec 2020 ABV Release. We look at the changes in the BPI and the top herds, cows […]