Grazing management: Articles and factsheets

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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. Mapping reminders eBook Have you attended…
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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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FORAGE is an online decision support system that generates and distributes information for rural Lots on Plan greater than one hectare for grazing properties in Queensland. FORAGE provides…
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Take the worry out of navigating a pastoral lease The Australian outback is well known for its perilous nature and, people becoming lost on a pastoral lease pose…
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Why consider wet season spelling? Beef cattle enterprises in north Queensland rely heavily on 3P (perennial, palatable and productive) native pastures for production. Continuous grazing over several years…
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The main areas of floodplains in the Top End of the Northern Territory are in the Sub-coastal Plain, Marrakai, Finniss and Littoral Land Systems. This factsheet summarises: the soils and vegetation, grazing potential and grazing plants, grazing history and grazing management for sustainability for these floodplains.

Find out your options to increase nitrogen inputs in your sown pastures, specifically applying nitrogen fertiliser or adding a legume.

As we get into the tough end of the year with the wet season somewhere ahead of us, some producers have plenty of dry grass and some have…
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Travelling around the Northern Dry Tropics, Bernie and I regularly see bare paddocks on the same properties. It is accepted that there is often flogging around waters and…
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