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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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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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The trial conducted at Manbulloo Station, NT, revealed a significant effect of supplementation on LW change in both wet and dry cows. Wet cows in the Control (Ctr)…
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The Northern Territory Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade (DITT) has offered free, on-station, Rangeland Management Courses for over 20 years. The aim of these courses is to…
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Protein meal toxicity in beef cattle can occur when certain protein-rich feed ingredients are consumed in excess or inappropriately. The term “protein meal” typically refers to concentrated protein…
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Successful scrub feeding is not limited to the more palatable and nutritious species, especially during dry periods. Scrub with a higher fibre content, and lower nutritive value, can…
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Protein A urea or vegetable protein meal supplement will supply additional protein to boost appetite and improve performance. Leaves of the more palatable trees, such as mulga, wilga,…
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Homebrew lick, a customized supplement for cattle, boasts approximately 35-50% crude protein and has proven effective as a nutritional boost for cattle with access to abundant but low-quality…
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Whole cottonseed supplementation is a common practice in beef cattle nutrition, providing a high-energy and protein-rich feedstuff. Cottonseed, a byproduct of the cotton ginning process, offers several nutritional…
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Supplementation is a common topic amongst producers, however, how many are aware of the requirements of their herd and the impact of their supplementation programs? In many northern…
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