Projects


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GrazingFutures supports the resilience of grazing businesses by assisting graziers recover from the current drought and educate them to be better equipped to prepare and manage future droughts and business conditions. Grazing…
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Current

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 Commonwealth Government’s Natural Heritage…
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Completed

Conducting surgical husbandry procedures on beef cattle is sometimes necessary. Practically and effectively managing any potential pain and welfare impact associated with these procedures is critical to support the continued development of…
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Current

Cassava is cultivated throughout the tropical regions of the world and is an important tropical crop for human consumption, biofuel production and livestock feed throughout Asia, South America and Africa. Cassava is…
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Current

Too often when the question is asked, ‘How is your beef breeding herd going?’ the response is usually about weaning rates which only partially answers the question. If profit is driven by…
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Current

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 of the Maynard and…
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Current

Repronomics II is the successor of the recently completed Repronomics I project, which focused on recording fertility traits in young female cattle and improved the accuracy of estimated breeding values (EBV’s) and…
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Current

The Old Man Plains Research Station (OMP) has experienced considerable change since it was established by the Northern Territory Government in 2002. The research station was previously a single paddock within the…
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Current

Rapid, widespread dominance of exotic, stoloniferous, perennial grass Indian couch (Bothriochloa pertusa) is occurring in Queensland pastures, with reports also for the Northern Territory. This transformation is not necessarily due to overgrazing,…
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Current

Livestock properties occupy almost 50% of the Australian continent. They have potential to store large amounts of carbon in vegetation and soil as well as supporting unique biodiversity and healthy water systems.…
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