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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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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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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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Background Ian and Penny MacGibbon of Ametdale Station, St Lawrence, joined the Northern Grazing Demonstration Project to help address land condition and productivity issues. Ametdale is a breeding…
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With current restrictions on face-to-face gatherings due to COVID-19, the E-Beef Project has moved online to maintain momentum and engagement during these unprecedented times (as well as for…
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Russell and Donna Lethbridge of Werrington Station has shown that operating a grazing system that mitigates the risk of climate variability does not need to be complex, however…
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Forage budgeting can help calculate how much feed you have on hand and how many cattle it will carry, for how long. These four short videos step you…
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Eric Simon, beef cattle producer from May Downs, Queensland, discusses the importance of good records and how these help monitor cattle production and business performance. More information and…
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Real-life stories of grazing property owners and managers who made the choice to monitor their land so that they could get the most from their work. Monitoring helped them to separate myth from reality – read on…