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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. Mapping reminders eBook Have you attended…
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The GrazingFutures Livestock Business Resilience program funds many events across Queensland. Previous events have included business analysis workshops, herd nutrition days, networking and upskilling breakfasts, land restoration showcases…
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When it comes to making stocking rate decisions, when do you do it? At the end of the wet season? Mid-way through the year? To take out the…
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This technical guide is designed to help inform and improve grazing management in the Mitchell grasslands of western Queensland. It focuses on: managing stocking rate, spelling pasture, burning and developing the property with more fences and waters.

The Understanding producers’ change to more sustainable grazing practices in the tropical savanna rangelands of North Queensland project sought to understand factors and processes that influence beef producers’…
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The $avannaPlan project sought to engage more of the Northern Gulf beef industry in the $avannaPlan program to help beef producers run profitable and sustainable enterprises. Summary $avannaPlan…
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The Northern Grazing Systems projects investigated grazing management in the presence of climate change, exploring issues like stocking rates, grazing distribution, infrastructure development, wet season spelling and the…
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The Improving grazing management practices to enhance ground cover and reduce sediment loads project investigated the relationship between grazing management practices, vegetation cover and water quality on grazing properties in…
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A summary of the key findings and principles from the Wambiana trial covering 13 years (1997 to 2011), including some key learnings and management guidelines for grazing in a variable climate.