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Storms are regular in Australia and can range in intensity from minor thunderstorms to category 5 cyclones. Bushfires are caused by lightning and flash flooding is a result…
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Looking for 2023 Queensland Bushfire Recovery information? Click here   Bushfires can develop from a range of sources; planned controlled burning that escapes the original burn zone, embers…
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AL land types are mapped regional ecosystems not suitable for grazing. References Gilbert, M.A., Moody, P.W. and Shaw, K. A. Fertility assessment of soils of the Mount Garnet…
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The key variables affecting the profitability of feedlots are: store cattle purchase price finished cattle sale price cost of feed consumed feed intake and liveweight gain. This fact…
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The Livestock Library is a one-stop shop for livestock production information with more than 60,000 conference papers, journals, scientific and extension papers, including research by the Beef CRC…
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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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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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Projects Cash Cow project Preliminary results of the Cash Cow project were presented by Michael McGowan and Geoffry Fordyce at BEEF 2012. ‘Measuring the reproductive efficiency of your…
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Prevention is better than a cure. Especially when it comes to the productivity and profitability of your beef breeding enterprise. Pestivirus, also known as bovine viral diarrhoea virus…
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Disease management can easily be overlooked within a beef cattle enterprise. Especially in breeder herds, often bulls are the first to get the blame when producers see a…
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