Mark and Carolyn Redgen run a 1200 ha breeding and weaner turnoff operation south of Roma. As conservative stockers, the Redgens have always focused on sustainable management practices. In this light, the Redgens decided to explore early weaning as a management tool during ongoing drought conditions. In this case study, the Redgens share what they learnt.
Gill and Eunice Campbell run a crossbred cattle and grazing operation across their 13,000-hectare property, ‘Claravale’, west of Mitchell. With a drive for constant improvement, Gill and Eunice attended a Nutrition EDGE workshop, where what they learnt, permanently changed their weaner management practices.
Cattle nutrition is a complex subject with a lot of terms, acronyms and numbers that many people don’t fully understand. Find out what the terms on feed labels are referring to.
This series of recorded webinars is focused on supporting small landholders during times of drought and the subsequent recovery processes. This is part 3 of a 5-part webinar…
This series of recorded webinars is focused on supporting small landholders during times of drought and the subsequent recovery processes. This is part 2 of a 5-part webinar…
Meat & Livestock Australia’s tools and calculators have been developed to assist red meat producers in making decisions in their business.
This booklet will help you better understand the nutrient value of your pastures and to place a dollar value on all the nutritional inputs required to meet your production targets. You…
The ‘Nutrient requirements tables for Nutrition EDGE manuals’ project derived estimates of metabolisable energy and protein requirements, and the relationship between intake and digestibility, for inclusion in a revised version of the northern beef training package, Nutrition EDGE, to bring them into line with the Australian feeding standards.