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This is the fourth and final in a series of four webinars focusing on Getting the “Inside Edge” in grazing land management. The Queensland Government’s Long Paddock website offers a suite of free…
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This is the third in a series of four webinars focusing on Getting the “Inside Edge”  in grazing land management. The Queensland Government’s Long Paddock website offers a suite of free FORAGE online…
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Are you in the Brigalow Belt region of Queensland and want to know how theses changes could impact you? In this BeefConnect webinar presentation, Emma Seccull from the Department of Natural Resources,…
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Do you want to know how theses changes could impact you? In this BeefConnect webinar presentation, Seamus Batstone from the Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy (Charleville) discusses the new (2018)…
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This is the second in a series of four webinars focusing on Getting the “Inside Edge”  in grazing land management. Queensland (like all of Australia) is subject to a highly variable climate,…
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This is the first in a series of four webinars focusing on Getting the “Inside Edge”  in grazing land management. The Queensland Government’s Long Paddock website has been recently re-developed to provide…
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This is the fifth and final webinar in the BeefConnect ‘Improving beef business performance across northern Australia’ series. In this webinar, Rob Dixon (Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation) and Mick…
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This is the fourth webinar in the BeefConnect ‘Improving beef business performance across northern Australia’ series. In this webinar, Tim Schatz (Northern Territory Department of Primary Industry and Resources) and Simon Quigley…
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Recent outbreaks of anthrax disease around Dirranbandi (Queensland) has brought local producers up to speed on what to look for, but a recent research publication ‘Redefining the Australian Anthrax Belt’ (Barro et…
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Whole farm economic analyses have shown that perennial legumes are a profitable intervention for many areas of northern Australia. In particular, analyses for central Queensland have shown that perennial legumes (and especially…
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