Arid Zone and Barkly Mitchell grasslands, rangeland ecology; pasture growth modelling and carrying capacity estimates, grazing strategies, fire, climate and
|t.||08 8951 8135|
Land resource mapping, soil conservation and land rehabilitation, arid rangelands land management, developing and presenting extension materials for the pastoral industry.
|Region||Alice Springs Pastoral District|
|t.||08 8951 8101|
Development of Indigenous Land in the Northern Territory for pastoral/cattle operations with associated employment and financial benefits.
|t.||08 8973 9736|
|m.||0428 444 045|
Beef production systems, herd nutrition, meat science, rangeland ecology, native pastures, grazing management systems, soil conservation, rangeland monitoring, property layout and infrastructure, management of fire in the rangelands, succession planning and rural family communication.
|Region||Cape York, Northern Gulf, Upper Herbert, Upper Burdekin and Atherton Tablelands.|
|t.||07 4048 4882|
|m.||0427 378 412|
Native, improved and irrigated pasture systems, silage production and tropical pasture seed production, breeder herd management, cattle nutrition and supplementation including feedlot and molasses production feeding, cattle marketing, MSA technology, economic analysis of beef business performance, rangeland monitoring, property planning and use of fire in the rangelands.
|Region||Northern Gulf, Upper Herbert, Upper Burdekin, Atherton Tablelands and Cape York.|
|t.||07 4017 0700|
|m.||0427 146 063|
Extensive beef production systems; management of native rangelands; cattle nutrition and supplementation including dry and wet season lick rations, molasses mixes and heifer and weaner management; breeder herd management; livestock marketing; property layout and infrastructure planning; and communicating latest information/technology to the beef industry.
|Region||Northern Gulf, Southern Gulf, Western Burdekin|
|m.||0417 726 703|
Beef production systems, grazing land management, extension methodology, monitoring and evaluation, working with groups to implement best practice, rangeland monitoring, reducing sediment from grazing lands, and project management and design.
|t.||07 4761 5158|
|m.||0477 316 057|
The management of grazing lands using stocking rates, fire, sown pastures and fences/stock waters to improve land condition; woody weed management, reclamation of severely degraded land, preventing and repairing erosion on access tracks and other linear features on grazing properties; working with school students to lift the profile of the northern grazing industry and highlight career opportunities in agriculture; Rangeland Champion with Rangelands Australia (UQ Gatton) and working with industry/agency teams to address industry issues.
|t.||07 4761 5150|
|m.||0467 802 430|
Assisting beef businesses adopt and integrate new technologies in grazing land management and beef production systems. Assisting North Queensland beef producers integrate the National Livestock Identification System (NLIS) and Meat Standards Australia (MSA).
|t.||07 4761 5153|
|m.||0418 189 920|
Near infrared reflectance spectroscopy (NIRS) – a management tool for monitoring and managing beef nutrition. National Livestock Identification System (NLIS) – integrating electric identification into business performance monitoring. Pasture/land condition monitoring and its importance to beef businesses. Cattle performance monitoring and its importance to beef businesses. Dung beetles – their distribution management.
|t.||07 4761 5160|
|m.||0409 580 357|
Grazing land management, including land condition assessment, photo monitoring sites and forage budgeting. Building capacity in staff and graziers to develop resilient communities through access to training such as Mental Health First Aid.
|t.||07 4761 5159|
|m.||0467 801 777|
Herd recording, data collection and finding out more about the incidence and impact of Bovine Viral Diarrhoea (BVD, also known as pestivirus) in beef herds.
|t.||07 4999 8563|
|m.||0436 826 211|
Working in beef research and extension projects in northern Australia, including analysis of whole of business profitability herd dynamics when adopting different management practices.
|t.||07 4843 2603|
|m.||0475 948 844|
Agribusiness management, whole property management, enterprise analysis, property development and infrastructure, property and herd recording systems. Extension methodology, monitoring and evaluation, group facilitation and adult learning.
|Region||Southern inland Queensland|
|m.||0427 427 503|
Herd management and animal health, disease and nutrition.
For more information about beef and sheep research in South West Queensland, please contact Jed Sommerfield on (07) 4530 1256.
|Region||South West Queensland|
|t.||07 4530 1262|
|m.||0428 109 620|
Feedbase research and development projects across southern and central Queensland and organisation of the Productive and Persistent Legume Pastures workshops.
|Region||Southern inland Queensland|
|t.||07 4529 4151|
I cover a little bit on a broad range of topics. I coordinate all the research trials on site so I guess I have a lot of practical knowledge in;
|Location||Brian Pastures, Gayndah|
|m.||0459 895 881|
IF you would like to know more about Hayley's work while she is on leave, please contact Steven Bray, Beef and Sheep Manager (Southern Queensland), Department of Agriculture and Fisheries on (07) 3708 8424.
|t.||07 3708 8493|