Knowledge centre articles

There has been relieving rain for some, flooding rain for others and no rain for many more! In this presentation, join GrazingFutures and Ian McLean (Bush Agribusiness) who will equip you with…
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Leucaena is a perennial forage that can significantly improve productivity and profitability of beef production systems in northern Australia. However leucaena has specific climatic, soil type and management needs for reliable establishment…
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Shopping for a high-performing bull starts well before sale day. In this presentation Meat & Livestock Australia’s Clara Bradford and Tropical Beef Technology Services’ Tim Emery provide tips and tools for before,…
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Meat and Livestock Australia’s – ‘Is the animal fit to load?’ guide has recently been revised (May 2019). In this presentation, join MLA’s Ted Parish (Adoption Manager – Northern Beef) and Queensland…
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Following the devastating North Queensland floods, many directly impacted graziers took advantage of the $75 000 Special Disaster Assistance Recovery Grants to assist with the costs of immediate clean-up and reinstatement activities.…
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There’s no doubt that when you’re buying a bull, his physical and structural soundness must be factored in. But what you can’t see is just as important. Using breeding values allow you…
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Have you weaned and do your cows look a little light or not quite where you would like them to be? Join Extension Officer, Jed Sommerfield (Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Charleville),…
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The Grazing Land Management (GLM) land type mapping is the spatial representation of Land types of Queensland as described by the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF). Grazing land types are…
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Outside the Ord River Irrigation Area in Western Australia, the majority of irrigation developments are on pastoral land focussed on fodder production. Join Irrigated Agriculture and Diversification Senior Development Officer, Chris Ham…
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From June 2019, Meat Standards Australia (MSA) will be rolling out several changes to its model, the MSA Vendor Declaration Form and myMSA. Some of the changes relevant to MSA-registered cattle producers…
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