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Record high cattle prices, historically low interest rates and a good season for many… all in the one year. This happens only once or twice in the life…
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Much of northern Australia is phosphorus (P) deficient. In these areas, the benefits of supplementing cattle with P can be significant. The recent P supplementation trial at Victoria…
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Supplementation of extensively managed beef breeding herds is beneficial to overcome mineral deficiencies. However, mineral supplements and their delivery are expensive and thus supplementation decisions should be carefully…
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Pasture specialists in northern Australia have spent decades researching cost effective ways to improve soil quality, cattle production values and businesses’ bottom lines. After a few good seasons…
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Graziers produce cattle as part of their business, but research shows we are losing money in the paddock because a lack of awareness around conception rates. What should…
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Having the correct amount of phosphorus is critical to the health of your herd. The beef team at the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF) have come…
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This fact sheet outlines the findings of a Meat & Livestock Australia Producer Demonstration Site project that investigated the growing conditions and varieties suitable for establishing leucaena in…
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Summary A useful mix of grasses and herbage germinated indicating pasture recovery is possible. Grazing during pasture recovery is possible, depending upon plant species and land condition. When…
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Documenting some of the changes made by landholders is a component of the GrazingFutures Livestock Business Resilience program. The case studies below describe the outcomes of the changed…
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GrazingFutures Livestock Business Resilience has many collaborators and partnerships. These narratives describe the relationships and shared experiences of key partners and stakeholders. Succession planning for industry Succession planning…
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