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Waterponds slow the flow of water and give it an opportunity to soak into the soil.  This is because plants can only utilise rainfall when it becomes available…
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The infrastructure costs in providing communications to emerging AgTech devices are seen as prohibitive due to the extent of infrastructure needed to cover the size of properties across…
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Weaning is one of the most effective management tools available to manage your breeder’s body condition. Removing the need to produce milk for a calf in the early…
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Leucaena is a perennial forage that can significantly improve productivity and profitability of beef production systems in northern Australia.  However, leucaena has specific management requirements to maximise productivity…
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Giant rat’s tail grass (Sporobolus natalensis and S. pyramidalis) is part of the group of weedy Sporobolus grasses that also includes American rat’s tail grass (S. jacquemontii), Giant…
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There has been relieving rain for some, flooding rain for others and no rain for many more! In this presentation, join GrazingFutures and Ian McLean (Bush Agribusiness) who…
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Leucaena is a perennial forage that can significantly improve productivity and profitability of beef production systems in northern Australia. However leucaena has specific climatic, soil type and management…
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Shopping for a high-performing bull starts well before sale day. In this presentation Meat & Livestock Australia’s Clara Bradford and Tropical Beef Technology Services’ Tim Emery provide tips…
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Meat and Livestock Australia’s – ‘Is the animal fit to load?’ guide has recently been revised (May 2019). In this presentation, join Ted Parish (previously MLA’s Adoption Manager…
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There’s no doubt that when you’re buying a bull, his physical and structural soundness must be factored in. But what you can’t see is just as important. Using…
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