Grazing management

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Record high cattle prices, historically low interest rates and a good season for many… all in the one year. This happens only once or twice in the life…
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Summary A useful mix of grasses and herbage germinated indicating pasture recovery is possible. Grazing during pasture recovery is possible, depending upon plant species and land condition. When…
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Documenting some of the changes made by landholders is a component of the GrazingFutures Livestock Business Resilience program. The case studies below describe the outcomes of the changed…
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GrazingFutures Livestock Business Resilience has many collaborators and partnerships. These narratives describe the relationships and shared experiences of key partners and stakeholders. Succession planning for industry Succession planning…
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The GrazingFutures Livestock Business Resilience program funds many events across Queensland. Previous events have included business analysis workshops, herd nutrition days, networking and upskilling breakfasts, land restoration showcases…
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The GrazingFutures Livestock Business Resilience program funds many smaller projects, events and professional development opportunities, and technology showcases. Advancing Beef Leaders The Advancing Beef Leaders (ABL) program is…
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Harry and Alys McKeough of Carey Downs Station, in the Upper Gascoyne region of Western Australia, had their suspicions confirmed that their cattle were deficient in phosphorus after…
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When it comes to making stocking rate decisions, when do you do it? At the end of the wet season? Mid-way through the year? To take out the…
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Wet season spelling is when grazing pressure is removed from a pasture during the growing period. Ben Bennetto, north Queensland grazier, shares the benefits he has seen to…
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We can all recognise properly flogged country … but what are those first signs that indicate pasture is being overgrazed? Dionne Walsh, Rangeland Scientist, formerly from Industry Northern Territory,…
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