Grazing management: Webinars

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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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There are numerous grazing strategies that producers can employ on their properties. Intensive rotational grazing is one option that has become more popular in recent years, but there…
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The evolution of the Animal Equivalent (AE) system in Australia is progressing to a new approach in comparing animals of different weights, classes and species with a fit-for-purpose…
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With current restrictions on face-to-face gatherings due to COVID-19, the E-Beef Project has moved online to maintain momentum and engagement during these unprecedented times (as well as for…
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The E-Beef online series involves four sessions over four weeks in June (2020), providing landholders, extension staff and industry stakeholders with key insights on new and emerging technologies…
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The E-Beef online series involved four sessions over four weeks in June (2020), providing landholders, extension staff and industry stakeholders with key insights on new and emerging technologies…
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With current restrictions on face-to-face gatherings due to COVID-19, the E-Beef Project has moved online to maintain momentum and engagement during these unprecedented times (as well as for…
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It’s never too early to plan for the next dry season…so why not start planning now? In this presentation, Kiri Broad (formerly Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Longreach)…
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Grazing land management resources on this page: 16 years of grazing research at the Wambiana grazing trial Burn your bush before it burns back – lessons from Kidman…
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