Grazing Fundamentals EDGE | Roma, Queensland
This is a one-day workshop designed to give you a broad understanding of the components of the grazing production systems and the core, scientifically-backed principles behind optimising grazing land productivity.
What you will learn:
- environmental regulators of pasture growth and quality
- local seasonal pasture growth patterns and key decision dates
- how soil properties influence pasture growth
- how grazing affects pasture plants, their productivity and growth
- how to assess land condition and how this impacts on carrying capacity
- know when and how to use pasture spelling
- principles behind successful grazing systems
- how to account for different classes of animals when assessing grazing pressure
- what’s involved with forage budgeting.
Attending this workshop will help you to:
- understand what conditions drive pasture growth and how you can use strategic grazing management to improve pasture productivity
- evaluate the productive potential of your property and identify opportunities for improvement
- better align herd management with seasonal changes in pasture condition.
$450pp* + GST for 1 person from a business, $500* + GST for 2 people from the same business. Cost includes comprehensive set of workshop notes, workbook and lunch, morning/afternoon tea.
* Price discounted by $300 thanks to the generous support of $200 from GrazingFutures BMP project, an initiative of the Queensland Government and $100 from Queensland Murray-Darling Committee through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program.
Col Paton – EcoRich Grazing, Jill Alexander – Applied Ag, Rhonda Toms-Morgan – ConnectAg.
Download the flyer here.
Date & time:
30 May 2018 08:30AM to 30 May 2018 04:30PM
The Shed, 50 Bungil St, Roma
Register online by clicking here.
For more information:
Contact Jill Alexander M: 0427 764 897 or E: email@example.com Places are limited.
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