Dry season management of a beef business: a guide to planning, managing and supplementary feeding

This book has been written for everyone with beef cattle. The principles of managing pastures and cattle in dry seasons and droughts are the same whether you live in south east or western Queensland and whether you own 10 head or 10,000 head. What will change with the location and number of cattle are the options you choose to manage the situation. Successful drought management depends on early planning that takes account of the long-term effect of the drought on the land, pasture, finances, people and cattle. Authors: Russ Tyler, et al., Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries, 2008.

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