Economics of production systems

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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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This is part three of the webinar series – Making profitable management decisions after the dry. This webinar recording aims to provide grain growers a ‘first look’ at…
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Richard and Beth Judd moved to ‘Hat Creek’ at Baralaba in 1999. They are a family operation with their sons, Clayton and Wyatt, involved in the business. In May…
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In this Calf Alive symposium presentation Dan Lynch, North Australian Beef Producer, discusses how he and his family have managed their beef breeding operations in the Northern Territory’s…
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What is the best way to use high quality forages? In central Queensland is it better to: feed leucaena to steers to sell them as bullocks or put…
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The Beef finishing systems project was set up as part of the Implementation of Producer Demonstration Sites to increase research adoption and practice change in Queensland project to…
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‘Enhancing input to the CQSS2’ a joint project Fitzroy Basin Association-Queensland Primary Industries and Fisheries was formed under the National Action Plan for Salinity and Water Quality and the Natural Heritage Trust extension. This report has three sections: key stakeholder grazing knowledge; economics of land regeneration, and; grazing and sediment trade-offs.

Economic modelling of grazing systems in the Fitzroy and Burdekin catchments was a joint project with the Fitzroy Basin Association and the Queensland Department of Employment Economic Development and Innovation. The project…
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We often hear beef producers complaining about the price of beef in the shops compared to the price they receive on sale to the abattoir. The costs involved…
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We often hear the saying, ‘more cattle means more money’. But is this always the case? At Grazing land management EDGE and Nutrition EDGE workshops many producers have…
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