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This is the fifth of seven recorded presentations, demonstrating how to assess management options in response to drought. In this presentation, Fred Chudleigh (Agricultural Economist, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries) discusses how…
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This is the fourth of seven recorded presentations, demonstrating how to assess management options in response to drought. In this presentation, Fred Chudleigh (Agricultural Economist, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries) discusses how…
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This is the third of seven recorded presentations, demonstrating how to assess management options in response to drought. In this presentation, Fred Chudleigh (Agricultural Economist, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries) discusses the…
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This is the second of seven recorded presentations, demonstrating how to assess management options in response to drought. In this presentation, Fred Chudleigh (Agricultural Economist, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries) discusses the…
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This is the first of seven recorded presentations, demonstrating how to assess management options in response to drought. In this presentation, Fred Chudleigh (Agricultural Economist, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries) provides an…
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Calf loss is a major economic cost to beef cattle herds of northern Australia. In the treeless rangelands typical for the Northern Downs country type, a 6.7 percentage point increase in the…
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Introduction Tail rot is a condition frequently observed in cattle in northern Australia where part of the tail rots away, resulting in a shorter ‘stubby’ tail. While the exact cause is not…
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Many breeder paddocks in northern Australia are too big and under-watered to achieve optimum productivity. In the Barkly Tableland region, for example, average paddock area is 218 km² (21 800 hectares) and…
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Introduction Phosphorus (P) often restricts beef production in northern Australia. When an animal’s P demand cannot be met either from the diet or by mobilising body reserves, dietary intake and growth are…
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Northern Western Australia is a vast region widely recognised for its spectacular landscapes and unique ecosystems with high environmental, economic, social and cultural values. The WA rangelands are also a source of…
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