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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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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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The GrazingFutures Livestock Business Resilience program funds many smaller projects, events and professional development opportunities, and technology showcases. Advancing Beef Leaders The Advancing Beef Leaders (ABL) program is…
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The GrazingFutures Livestock Business Resilience (GrazingFutures LBR) program aims to build profitable, resilient and drought-ready livestock operations across Queensland. GrazingFutures LBR supports regional livestock extension teams to provide…
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Mortalities of cows and calves during hot dry seasons are a significant problem for north Australian beef businesses. Poor nutrition and environmental stress during pregnancy calving have been…
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Detection of maternal behaviours associated with suckling in beef cattle The ‘uSuckled’ project is investigating the ability to remotely monitor suckling events using devices (such as accelerometers, sound…
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FutureBeef is an ally for the north Australian beef industry, sharing the latest practical tools, scientific insights, and relevant, timely advice. This helps producers, pastoralists, graziers, livestock owners…
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Buffel grass is a valued pasture species for livestock in Central Australia. Typically, it occurs with native grasses and is capable of producing large amounts of palatable, nutritious…
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The ‘Calf 48 hour’ project is evaluating and enhancing technologies to detect parturition events in cattle in order to improve diagnosis of causes of calf loss in extensive…
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