Grazing management: Projects

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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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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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Background Ian and Penny MacGibbon of Ametdale Station, St Lawrence, joined the Northern Grazing Demonstration Project to help address land condition and productivity issues. Ametdale is a breeding…
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Quality Graze is a grazing strategies trial being run on the Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade’s Old Man Plains Research Station (OMP), located to the south-west of…
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The QGRAZE project was designed to objectively monitor at-risk landscapes using a common methodology over a 30 year period. It was initiated in 1989 across Queensland under the…
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Central Australian Self Herding (CASH) is a five year project being rolled out across the region. It is a collaboration between Bruce Maynard, a passionate farmer and co-developer…
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Many breeder paddocks in northern Australia are too big and under-watered to achieve optimum productivity. In the Barkly Tableland region, for example, average paddock area is 218 km²…
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Uneven use of the landscape has long been a concern for producers in the extensively managed beef production systems of northern Australia. Historically, the solution to this problem…
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Breeders need the right nutrition to perform well. Is there a sweet spot of pasture utilisation that will sustainably increase breeder productivity in northern Australia? Methods There is an…
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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’…
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