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Technical Documents   |   6 Jun 2021

How to make stylo a weight-gain star

The right choice of legume can add a vital extra 20 to 30kg liveweight gain a year to store cattle,...

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Technical Documents   |   22 Apr 2021

Dealing with pasture dieback

An outbreak of pasture dieback is spreading across eastern Queensland. Thomas Elder Consulting specialist agronomist Peter Spies explores possible causes...

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Ag Tech   |   23 Mar 2021

Queensland’s new reef regulations – what you need to know

You’d be hard pressed finding a Queensland farmer who doesn’t love the Great Barrier Reef. It’s a symbol of sorts – grand,...

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Ag Tech   |   19 Mar 2021

Routine check the turning point for cattle station

A meeting to discuss feed tactics proved to be a turning point for a West Australian cattle station. With the property in the grip of severe...

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Ag Tech   |   19 Mar 2021

Considering a soil carbon project? – what you need to know

Soil Organic Carbon represents the largest terrestrial sink for carbon stocks and is directly linked to agricultural productivity – the...

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Innovation   |   30 Nov 2020

Tree crop stress management during summer

Roop Sandhu, Business Management – Horticulture   Every 1 per cent reduction in plant stress can significantly improve farm profitability....

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Innovation   |   30 Nov 2020

What is the driver behind the business model?

Bruce Creek, Agriculture Business Management   Agriculture is in a positive cycle, a big part of Australia has had good...

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Innovation   |   30 Nov 2020

Deep soil fix brings yield gains

Neal Stevenson, Agricultural Cropping Consultant   Deep placement of potassium and phosphorous could boost yields for crops like sorghum by...

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Innovation   |   12 Nov 2020

Peeling back the layers on herd performance

Picture a crossbred heifer at weaning, tag #1839. She weighs 310 kilograms, 20kg above the average weight of her peers....

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Projects   |   15 Oct 2020

Opportunities for agriculture in northern Australia

Northern Queensland could, and should, be an agricultural powerhouse with new crops that cannot be grown in southern Australia, says...

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Consultant Profiles   |   29 Sep 2020

Peter Spies

Mr Spies, who specialises in soil science, agronomy and grazing land management, said nitrogen use efficiency and dissolved inorganic nitrogen...

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Technical Documents   |   13 Aug 2020

Confinement Feeding: Considerations & Strategies for Su...

Seasonal variation, environmental extremes, and changing consumer demands necessitate that livestock producers remain agile in an ever changing and unpredictable...

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