Stocking rates and pasture utilisation

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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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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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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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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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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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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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The Refining stocking densities project investigated the effects of stocking density on the welfare outcomes of cattle and sheep during sea transport. Summary This research project was undertaken…
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In this short video, Melinee and Rob Leather from Barfield Station, Banana in Queensland discuss how they use mapping technology to strategically locate water points on their property.…
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