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GrazingFutures Livestock Business Resilience has many collaborators and partnerships. These fact sheets and how-to guides have been developed by key partners and stakeholders to help producers develop a…
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There is a large variation in land types across northern Australia and each land type has a different grazing value and carrying capacity. Indicative stocking rates for each…
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Leucaena leucocephala, a perennial browse legume, represents one of the few nutritional options to significantly improve beef productivity in northern Australia. Recently, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF)…
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Beef Extension Officer, Olivia Pisani, formerly Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, outlines how photo monitoring can assist graziers with grazing land management decisions and how to select and…
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What is bloat? Bloat occurs when excess gas accumulates in the rumen because it cannot be belched or pass through the digestive tract. Two forms of bloat occur:…
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What is it? Clostridium botulinum spores exist in the soil, sediment and in the intestinal tracts of healthy animals. As a spore Clostridium botulinum occurs in a dormant…
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Understanding how to assess land condition is important for grazing land management. In this short video you will hear from DAF beef extension officers, Kate Brown, Megan Willis…
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Have you been considering adding stylos to your native pastures in the northern forest country? Hear from Kevin ‘Hooter’ Young, grazier from ‘Del’s Hole’ near Georgetown in North…
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By definition, early weaning is weaning calves at an age younger than ‘normal’ practice. In Queensland, the normal range of weaning is at 5–8 months though the range…
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Addressing the mortality rate of cows and calves is crucial for ensuring the long-term sustainability of the northern Australian beef industry. The central hypothesis of the Calf Alive…
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