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Usage of MLA education and extension resources – Creative Commons (CC)
MLA and its partners have funded the development of education and extension resources (including manuals, tools and calculators) to benefit Australian red meat producers. To improve the accessibility of these resources to industry, MLA and its partners have adopted an ‘easy access creative commons’ approach. Below is a list of resources that are available via creative commons licencing.
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Most copyrighted publications on this page are made available under Creative Commons Atribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International licensing, which permits sharing and use at no cost under the certain listed publications provisions.
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More beef from pastures - manuals
Seven instructional manuals developed to achieve a sustainable (economic and environmental) increase in kilograms of beef produced per hectare through a whole of farm system and value chain approach.CC Licence: CC-BY-SA 4.0 © Meat & Livestock AustraliaSetting directions: Helps producers set clear business objectives and the strategic direction of the beef enterprise.Pasture growth: Helps producers develop expertise in soil, pasture and grazing management to boost productivity and profitability.Pasture utilisation: Details methods to increase stocking rates and adopt a plant growth-based approach to grazing management.Cattle genetics: Provides information to help producers lift productivity and profitability through ongoing genetic improvement.Weaner throughput: Outlines practices to determine how and when to wean calves early in order to maximise production and profitability.Herd health and welfare: Outlines procedures required to manage a healthy, productive and profitable cattle herd.Meeting market specifications: Helps producers to increase financial returns by better meeting target market specifications, exploiting market opportunities and managing the risks.See all items
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