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Find out your options to increase nitrogen inputs in your sown pastures, specifically applying nitrogen fertiliser or adding a legume.

Find out more about ways to increase nitrogen cycling in your sown pastures, including mechanical options, ley farming and more…

Is your buffel grass is not growing as big and bulky as it used to? Or is it pale green or yellow instead of being dark green? Find out why here…

Here are a range of tools to help you make informed business and production decisions relating to your beef enterprise. All tools are provided as downloadable Microsoft Excel files. The input data…
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On this page: 16 years of grazing research at the Wambiana grazing trial Burn your bush before it burns back – lessons from Kidman Springs fire trial 1993-2013 Climate Savvy Grazing –…
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Find useful links to help you plan for and recover from disasters including fire, storms, floods, droughts and biosecurity incursions.

Copies of all the Climate Clever Beef project publications, including: scientific journal papers and reports, case studies, fact sheets, etc.

Rebecca Gunther Department of Agriculture and Fisheries Tail rot is a common occurrence in north Australian cattle herds. A common perception is that tail rot is a progressive infectious disease that ascends…
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The Climate Clever Beef research project evaluated on-farm practices to improve methane emissions intensity of cattle production and increase carbon stored in soil and vegetation – read more…

Fire is integral to many ecosystems in Western Australian rangelands. Controlled fire can reduce the risk of wild fire, benefit pasture productivity and contribute positively to biodiversity values. Uncontrolled fire is a…
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