Building resilience - strategies for a robust grazing business conference | Angaston, SA

A Barossa Improved Grazing Group conference, supported by Meat & Livestock Australia and Natural Resources SA Murray Darling Basin.

Featuring leading innovative soil, pasture and grazing management specialists:

  • Keynote speaker television and radio presenter Mark Aiston, on personal resilience
  • Agro-ecologist David Hardwick on soil health and why it should matter to you
  • Develop a management plan for your soils and pastures with help from a range of subject matter experts
  • Soil acidity with PIRSA researcher Brian Hughes
  • Resilient pastures with BIGG’s Georgie Keynes and Pasture Genetics’ Rehn Freebairn
  • Climate resilience through soil moisture monitoring with Peter Toome and Brett Nietschke
  • Resilience strategies with producer and Nuffield scholar Mark Branson

Two-course dinner and drinks at Lambert Estate with networking.

Download the flyer here.

Date & time:

22 Feb 2018 01:30PM to 22 Feb 2018 09:00PM

Location:

Lambert Estate, Angaston

Cost:

$50. Includes presentations, afternoon tea and dinner.

Registration:

Register online here

For more information: 

Rebecca Barr, M: 0402 788 526, E: admin@biggroup.org.au

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