Best practice: Projects



The $24.4 million Queensland Pasture Resilience Program is addressing three significant threats to beef productivity in northern Australia: pasture dieback, land condition decline and pasture rundown.

Making your pastures Rain Ready by improving or maintaining land condition means you get more grass for each mm of rainfall and a more reliable feedbase across periods…

The Understanding producers’ change to more sustainable grazing practices in the tropical savanna rangelands of North Queensland project sought to understand factors and processes that influence beef producers’…

The $avannaPlan project sought to engage more of the Northern Gulf beef industry in the $avannaPlan program to help beef producers run profitable and sustainable enterprises. Summary $avannaPlan…

The Northern Grazing Systems projects investigated grazing management in the presence of climate change, exploring issues like stocking rates, grazing distribution, infrastructure development, wet season spelling and the…

The Wambiana grazing trial started in 1997 and continues today to test and develop sustainable and profitable strategies to manage for rainfall variability in extensive grazing lands.