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Recommendedgrazing land managementBest practice grazing land management accommodates for changes in climate, soil health and grazing pressure from pest animals to maintain...
EventPasture Research Update | Whitton02 June 2022
Off the back of recent dry times and with current favourable weather conditions and rising red meat prices, there are opportunities and strong interest in pasture improvement.
EventPasture Research Update | Wagga Wagga01 June 2022
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R&DPhase 2-Maximising the reproductive potential of the meat sheep industry by eliminating high oestrogen clovers, more live lambs on the groundMaximising the reproductive potential of the meat sheep industry by eliminating high oestrogen clovers, more live lambs on the ground
Industry NewsABSF Sustainability Steering Group Chair calls for vegetation management initiative24 May 2022
ABSF Sustainability Steering Group Chair calls for vegetation management initiative
Industry NewsLucerne pastures and rotational grazing lift soil carbon levels26 April 2022
Soil carbon testing as part of a MLA-funded project has found growing lucerne and rotational grazing can lift soil carbon levels above those found under adjoining heritage scrub.
Industry NewsGrazing management through the seasons: secrets of success23 March 2022
The use of grazing charts, calendar trigger points and ewe pregnancy scanning has allowed western Victorian producer David Kininmonth to effectively match stocking rate to carrying capacity throughout the year.
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Industry NewsThe Framework explained07 March 2022
The Australian beef industry is custodian of more than 50 per cent of the nation’s land mass – and the role cattle play in helping to manage weeds and pests, and enhancing environmental health, is increasingly being recognised.
Industry NewsMeet the SSG: Mark Davie, Chair07 March 2022
IT was the realisation there was a worrying dichotomy between what was happening on his family’s Central Queensland farm and the way the Australian beef industry was being talked about in the public forum that first drove Mark Davie to step into advocacy and the sustainability conversation.
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