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April 2019’s eBulletin is out now!

In April’s eBulletin you will find information about: WA’s Business Improvement Grant in use at Yarrie Station pasture management following the February North Queensland floods length of fallow trials in Wondoan upcoming…
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After the north-west Queensland floods

A summary of resources available for primary producers affected by the 2019 floods in north-west Queensland. Details about the available QRIDA grants, freight subsidies, meeting the nutritional requirements of livestock after flood, weeds to be on the lookout for, managing rejuvenating pastures and much more can be found in this article.

Learn more about the business side

Since the Business EDGE workshop kicked off in 2011 there have been 50 workshops held across northern Australia, with hundreds of owners, managers, employees, accountants, bankers and other industry professionals attending to…
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New phosphorus nutrition tools available online!

Last year the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries beef extension team held seven very successful phosphorus nutrition workshops in central and northern Queensland. Following the positive feedback from producers keen to access…
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Self herding success

Imagine if you could control livestock movements without using fences or pressure. According to researcher Dr Dean Revell and NSW sheep producer Bruce Maynard, you can. Dean and Bruce have developed a…
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Upskilling to address industry nutrition concerns

Poor seasonal conditions over recent years have increased the number of nutrition enquiries being received by extension staff. To ensure queries are being addressed adequately, 23 DAF extension and technical officers recently…
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Summer Beef Updates are online!

Whether you are chasing Beeftalk, CQ BEEF or Northern Muster, an electronic version of the Summer 2018-19 Issues can be found here. Beeftalk is prepared for south east and southern Queensland producers…
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