MAKING PROFIT FROM SHEEP AND BEEF - CALINGIRI
Feb
8
8:30 AM08:30

MAKING PROFIT FROM SHEEP AND BEEF - CALINGIRI

Practical information and systems to increase profit/Ha

 

KEY TOPICS:

-    Containment lot & feedlot design
-    Providing supplement to stock
-    Optimise supplement use by feeding little and often
-    Ensuring stock get all the nutrients they need
-    Don’t drop the ball with ewe productivity
-    The benefits of creep feeding
-    The benefits of containment lotting ewes
-    Increasing stocking rates with an efficient rumen

 

SPEAKERS:

Hamish Dickson, Principal Consultant – AgriPartner Consulting

-    Balancing stubble and pasture quality with livestock requirements
-    Containment lot and feedlot design and operation
-    Ewe management in late pregnancy

Gerard Roney, Managing Director – Advantage Feeders

-    Enhancing rumen function to extract more out of pastures and stubbles
-    Controlled Feeding: A way to improve production and reduce feed costs
-    Creep Feeding: Harness growth potential of young stock for profit

Reg Crabb, Ruminant Sales Manager – Milne Feeds

-    The benefits of a formulated and consistent ration
-    Mineral and vitamin requirements of summer and autumn
-    Trading grain for pellets and increasing feed utilisation

 

Please bring $20.00/person in cash. Donated to the National Centre for Farmer Health.


Register early and help us cater for you. Morning tea and BBQ lunch provided. RSVP – Feb 2, 2018

For more information, visit www.advantagefeeders.com.au/workshops or contact Advantage Feeders 1300 88 1575. Get the flyer from here

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MAKING PROFIT FROM SHEEP AND BEEF - WICKEPIN
Feb
7
8:30 AM08:30

MAKING PROFIT FROM SHEEP AND BEEF - WICKEPIN

Practical information and systems to increase profit/Ha

 

KEY TOPICS:

-    Containment lot & feedlot design
-    Providing supplement to stock
-    Optimise supplement use by feeding little and often
-    Ensuring stock get all the nutrients they need
-    Don’t drop the ball with ewe productivity
-    The benefits of creep feeding
-    The benefits of containment lotting ewes
-    Increasing stocking rates with an efficient rumen

 

SPEAKERS:

Hamish Dickson, Principal Consultant – AgriPartner Consulting

-    Balancing stubble and pasture quality with livestock requirements
-    Containment lot and feedlot design and operation
-    Ewe management in late pregnancy

Gerard Roney, Managing Director – Advantage Feeders

-    Enhancing rumen function to extract more out of pastures and stubbles
-    Controlled Feeding: A way to improve production and reduce feed costs
-    Creep Feeding: Harness growth potential of young stock for profit

Reg Crabb, Ruminant Sales Manager – Milne Feeds

-    The benefits of a formulated and consistent ration
-    Mineral and vitamin requirements of summer and autumn
-    Trading grain for pellets and increasing feed utilisation

 

Please bring $20.00/person in cash. Donated to the National Centre for Farmer Health.


Register early and help us cater for you. Morning tea and BBQ lunch provided. RSVP – Feb 2, 2018

For more information, visit www.advantagefeeders.com.au/workshops or contact Advantage Feeders 1300 88 1575. Get the flyer from here

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MAKING PROFIT FROM SHEEP AND BEEF - TAMBELLUP
Feb
6
8:30 AM08:30

MAKING PROFIT FROM SHEEP AND BEEF - TAMBELLUP

Practical information and systems to increase profit/Ha

 

KEY TOPICS:

-    Containment lot & feedlot design
-    Providing supplement to stock
-    Optimise supplement use by feeding little and often
-    Ensuring stock get all the nutrients they need
-    Don’t drop the ball with ewe productivity
-    The benefits of creep feeding
-    The benefits of containment lotting ewes
-    Increasing stocking rates with an efficient rumen

 

SPEAKERS:

Hamish Dickson, Principal Consultant – AgriPartner Consulting

-    Balancing stubble and pasture quality with livestock requirements
-    Containment lot and feedlot design and operation
-    Ewe management in late pregnancy

Gerard Roney, Managing Director – Advantage Feeders

-    Enhancing rumen function to extract more out of pastures and stubbles
-    Controlled Feeding: A way to improve production and reduce feed costs
-    Creep Feeding: Harness growth potential of young stock for profit

Reg Crabb, Ruminant Sales Manager – Milne Feeds

-    The benefits of a formulated and consistent ration
-    Mineral and vitamin requirements of summer and autumn
-    Trading grain for pellets and increasing feed utilisation

 

Please bring $20.00/person in cash. Donated to the National Centre for Farmer Health.


Register early and help us cater for you. Morning tea and BBQ lunch provided. RSVP – Feb 2, 2018

For more information, visit www.advantagefeeders.com.au/workshops or contact Advantage Feeders 1300 88 1575. Get the flyer from here

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Containment Feeding Workshop - Piednippie Hall
Dec
14
7:30 AM07:30

Containment Feeding Workshop - Piednippie Hall

Containment Feeding Workshop

With Hamish Dickson AgriPartner Consulting

 

Topics

- Introduction to containment areas and feedlots; purpose/benefits/considerations

- Design and construction of best practice facilities

- Management and nutrition of stock in containment, including induction and exit

- Costs and profitability of using containment areas and feedlots

- Marketing your stock Includes a Farmers forum where local farmers speak about their

experiences, tips and trials.

These sessions are all about getting answers for your own enterprises. It’s also a good opportunity to see what others are doing and how this might fit into your own sheep management plans for the coming months.

REGISTER NOW – Call Cathy on 0428 128 684 or email cathy.paterson@sa.gov.au

Registrations close Monday 11 December 2017

For more information, click here

Supported by the Eyre Peninsula Natural Resources Management Board and Primary Industries and Regions SA

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Containment Feeding Workshop - Warramboo
Dec
13
7:30 AM07:30

Containment Feeding Workshop - Warramboo

Containment Feeding Workshop

With Hamish Dickson AgriPartner Consulting

Topics

- Introduction to containment areas and feedlots; purpose/benefits/considerations

- Design and construction of best practice facilities

- Management and nutrition of stock in containment, including induction and exit

- Costs and profitability of using containment areas and feedlots

- Marketing your stock Includes a Farmers forum where local farmers speak about their

experiences, tips and trials.

These sessions are all about getting answers for your own enterprises. It’s also a good opportunity to see

what others are doing and how this might fit into your own sheep management plans for the coming

months.

REGISTER NOW – Call Cathy on 0428 128 684 or email cathy.paterson@sa.gov.au

Registrations close Monday 11 December 2017

For more information, click here

Supported by the Eyre Peninsula Natural Resources Management Board and Primary Industries and Regions SA

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Containment Feeding Workshop - Kimba
Dec
12
8:45 AM08:45

Containment Feeding Workshop - Kimba

Containment Feeding Workshop

With Hamish Dickson AgriPartner Consulting

Topics

- Introduction to containment areas and feedlots; purpose/benefits/considerations

- Design and construction of best practice facilities

- Management and nutrition of stock in containment, including induction and exit

- Costs and profitability of using containment areas and feedlots Includes a Farmers forum where local farmers speak about their experiences, tips and trials and a visit to a containment feed lot at 1004 Drekurmi Rd Kimba.

These sessions are all about getting answers for your own enterprises. It’s also a good opportunity to see what others are doing and how this might fit into your own sheep management plans for the coming months.

FREE EVENT

Morning tea and Lunch provided

REGISTER NOW - Call Mary on 0407 187 878 or email mary.crawford@sa.gov.au Registrations close Wednesday 6th December2017. 

For more information, click here

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Containment Areas - Webinar
Dec
5
8:00 PM20:00

Containment Areas - Webinar

Plan now to ensure you livestock and pastures make it through the dry times and recover quickly when it rains!

 

Containment areas can offer a practical and beneficial opportunity to provide supplementary feeding for livestock in times of low soil moisture and pasture growth.

 

Presented by nutrition and livestock specialist Hamish Dickson, and covering:

  • Benefits for livestock, soils and pasture

  • Successful and practical design

  • Feeding considerations

  • Livestock requirements

If you are unavailable on this date- don't worry! We are recording the session so you will be able to view it at your own convenience via a link that will be emailled afterwards- this will be automatic as you have already registered......you will receive it the day afterwards!!

 

Click here to register! 

Further enquiries call 0409 287 261 or email georgie.keynes@biggroup.org.au

Follow online at www.biggroup.org.au or join the BIGG facebook group

 

This project is supported Adelaide and Mount Lofty Natural Resources Management Board through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Programme.

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Matching Pastures with Production Webinar
Oct
17
8:00 PM20:00

Matching Pastures with Production Webinar

 Matching Pastures with Production

Pasture quality is declining, how do we ensure our livestock continue to meet their production needs

As the season warms up and soil moisture continues to drop, the pasture quality is declining. Careful monitoring to ensure livestock are in the right condition is critical now, particularly when preparing for joining to make sure they reach their productive potential. 

Presented by nutrition and livestock specialist Hamish Dickson, and covering: 

  • Condition scoring and measuring livestock production 

  • Setting and achieving livestock production targets 

  • Matching pastures with livestock requirements- and how do we manipulate this? 

  • Planning for the season ahead 

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It's ewe time! - Kimba
Aug
3
8:30 AM08:30

It's ewe time! - Kimba

The forums will be half-day workshops featuring a range of specialist livestock presenters.

Our aim is to deliver information to help producers grow 10% wool, acieve 10% more carcase value and produce 10% more lambs per hectare.  

 

Featuring key speakers:

 

All workshops start at 8:30am and finish at 1pm. 

Cost is $25 per person, including forum booklet, morning tea and lunch. 

Register at: www.makingmorefromsheep.com.au or call 1800 070 099

For more information, get the flyer here

 

 

 

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It's ewe time! - Ceduna
Aug
2
8:30 AM08:30

It's ewe time! - Ceduna

The forums will be half-day workshops featuring a range of specialist livestock presenters.

Our aim is to deliver information to help producers grow 10% wool, acieve 10% more carcase value and produce 10% more lambs per hectare.  

 

Featuring key speakers:

 

All workshops start at 8:30am and finish at 1pm. 

Cost is $25 per person, including forum booklet, morning tea and lunch. 

Register at: www.makingmorefromsheep.com.au or call 1800 070 099

For more information, get the flyer here

 

 

 

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BUILDING LANDHOLDER MANAGEMENT FOR WEEDS
Jun
21
9:00 AM09:00

BUILDING LANDHOLDER MANAGEMENT FOR WEEDS

Help stop new pests and control the ones we have. Pest control is everyone’s business.

This free workshop will focus on BUILDING LANDHOLDER MANAGEMENT FOR WEEDS


Facilitated by our local Northern and Yorke NRM staff, this half day session will provide an overview of weed management principles and the knowledge required to plan and implement effective weed management.


Chris Brodie, SA Herbarium will cover:

·              Weedy and emerging ‘ALERT’ grasses

·              Buffel and needle grass

·              How to get weeds identified for management purposes, bring a weed for a quick ID!

·              Practical ‘pressing and recording’ plants session

 

Hamish Dickson, Agri Partner Consulting Principal Livestock Consultant will cover:

·              Weeds in pasture identification

·              Consideration of active growth period and matching livestock needs

·              Nutritional value of grazing weeds and grasses

·              What are the alternatives?

 

 

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Dry Start Forums: Maximising returns despite a dry start - Cummins
Jun
16
9:00 AM09:00

Dry Start Forums: Maximising returns despite a dry start - Cummins

The forums will provide local seasonal outlooks, local yield prediction scenarios, crop growth in dry and cold conditions and risk of heat and frost impacts based on sowing time, options for livestock and a panel session and discussion on things we can do to maximize returns and profit despite a late start during a dry season.

Everyone is welcome, feel free to turn up on the day.

 

 

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Dry Start Forums: Maximising returns despite a dry start - Wudinna
Jun
15
1:30 PM13:30

Dry Start Forums: Maximising returns despite a dry start - Wudinna

The forums will provide local seasonal outlooks, local yield prediction scenarios, crop growth in dry and cold conditions and risk of heat and frost impacts based on sowing time, options for livestock and a panel session and discussion on things we can do to maximize returns and profit despite a late start during a dry season.

Everyone is welcome, feel free to turn up on the day.

 

 

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WORKING WITH THE SEASON TO BOOST PRODUCTION WEBINAR
May
10
8:00 PM20:00

WORKING WITH THE SEASON TO BOOST PRODUCTION WEBINAR

 

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Focus On Ewe
Apr
11
9:30 AM09:30

Focus On Ewe

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  • Importance of ewe nutrition & health care for lamb survival in mixed farming system
  • Managing ewes changing nutritional requirements over the breeding year

 

This event is FREE thanks to the support of sponsors

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 This project is supported by the South Australian Murray-Darling Basin Natural Resources Management Board and the Northern and Yorke Natural Resources Management Board through the NRM levies and funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Programme. 

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Understanding the nutritional value of native pastures and achieving high levels of livestock performance”.
Mar
29
7:30 PM19:30

Understanding the nutritional value of native pastures and achieving high levels of livestock performance”.

The Yackamoorundie Landcare Group

 

 presents

 

 Hamish Dickson

 

“Understanding the nutritional value of native pastures and achieving high levels of livestock performance”.

 

 Hamish Dickson is the Principal Livestock Consultant for AgriPartner Consulting. He has specialist knowledge of ruminant nutrition and production systems.

 

Leith Tilley’s Shearing Shed

Booborowie Road (south of Goyder/Dead Man’s Corner)

Commencing at 7.30 pm

Annual General Meeting and General Meeting to follow.

BYO Chairs and Drinks

 

All welcome

Members…..please bring a small plate of supper to share.

 

For enquiries contact Nat Sommerville 0427 507132 or Judith Sommerville 0417 8822501

Get the flyer from here

 

Supported by the Northern & Yorke Natural Resources Management Board.

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BALMORAL SIRE EVALUATION GROUP - ANNUAL FIELD DAY
Mar
24
12:00 PM12:00

BALMORAL SIRE EVALUATION GROUP - ANNUAL FIELD DAY

  • 4580 Coleraine-Edenhope Road HARROW, VIC, 3317 Australia (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

50 Merino sire progeny groups

1400 head of the 2015 & 2016 AWI/AMSEA Merino Lifetime Productivity Project progeny on display.

Learn how to best use the tools of the trade: Hands on workshop and explanations of ASBVs, visual selection techniques, RamSelect and more.

- Autodrafting from 11.30am

- Industry displays and demos 

- Sheep classing workshop 10am — 12.30pm 

Presenters: Allan Casey, Advanced Breeding Services; Rob Russell, SheepScope; Penny Schulz, Sheep CRC; Rob Close, Kurra Wirra Merinos 

RSVP for classing workshop to: Liz Mecham — 0407 015 059 petelizmecham@bigpond.com or Tom Silcock — 0419 882 239 tom@themountaindam.com

- Guest speakers - 2pm-3.30pm 

Marius Cuming, AWI — Lifetime Ewe Management App 

Rob Herrmann, Mecardo — Embracing the opportunities of the sheep and wool industry 

Nathan Scott, Achieve Ag Solutions — Making EID work for commercial producers 

Panel Discussion — MLP Project: Results to date and what the project will deliver 

Visit: www.balmoralbreeders.com.au for more details and you can also download the flyer from here

 

 

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Mid North Young Guns: Sustainable Sheep Production
Mar
22
9:00 AM09:00

Mid North Young Guns: Sustainable Sheep Production

The Mid North Young Guns, along with Natural Resources Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges (AMLR) invite you on a workshop focusing on sustainability.

 

Meet at Ashmore White Suffolk Stud

Arrive 8:15 for registration and welcome. Bus leaves at 8.35

 

Morning

Welcome by Taryn Mangelsdorf, Natural Resources NY & AMLR

Bus to Bureau of Meteorology – Natural Resources updates

Talk & Tour: Agricultural weather & climate applications – Darren Ray

Talk & Bus Tour: Bolivar Biosolids facility & farm applications – Garry Smith

Bus back to Fischers Property

 

Afternoon

Update: Project Advisory Group of SheepConnect SA – Glen Tilley

Talk & Tour: Preserving topsoil at Ashmore Suffolk Stud – Troy and Nette Fischer

Managing Sheep in a Changing Climate – Hamish Dickson, AgriPartners Consulting

Shepno Report: Remote Trough Monitoring – Brad Wunke

 

Day finishes 4.30pm

 

This project is supported by the Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges and Northern and Yorke natural resources management boards through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Programme.

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FREE GRASSY WEED WORKSHOP - Quorn
Mar
16
9:30 AM09:30

FREE GRASSY WEED WORKSHOP - Quorn

Help stop new pests and control the ones we have. Pest control is everyone’s business.

A series of free workshops on GRASSY WEEDS will help farmers and landholders improve and update their knowledge on pests and stop their spread. The workshop will focus on current best practice management across South Australia and management techniques for dealing with pests.

Hamish Dickson from AgriPartner Consulting will be discussing the value of many local and introduced grasses for livestock production.

GRASSY WEEDS: ESTABLISHED & EMERGING

How to effectively manage grassy weeds on your farm and throughout the District

Please RSVP by Wednesday 8 March, 2017 to Kate.Pearce@sa.gov.au or 8658 1086 Visit the Pests Cost Us All website for more workshop details, online training modules and fact sheets. You can also download the flyer from here.

Visit: www.pir.sa.gov.au/pestscostusall

 

This initiative has been funded through the Australian Government’s Agricultural Competitiveness White Paper, the government’s plan for stronger farmers and a stronger economy.

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FREE GRASSY WEED WORKSHOP - Orroroo
Mar
15
9:30 AM09:30

FREE GRASSY WEED WORKSHOP - Orroroo

Help stop new pests and control the ones we have. Pest control is everyone’s business.

A series of free workshops on GRASSY WEEDS will help farmers and landholders improve and update their knowledge on pests and stop their spread. The workshop will focus on current best practice management across South Australia and management techniques for dealing with pests.

Hamish Dickson from AgriPartner Consulting will be discussing the value of many local and introduced grasses for livestock production.

GRASSY WEEDS: ESTABLISHED & EMERGING

How to effectively manage grassy weeds on your farm and throughout the District

Please RSVP by Wednesday 8 March, 2017 to Kate.Pearce@sa.gov.au or 8658 1086 Visit the Pests Cost Us All website for more workshop details, online training modules and fact sheets. You can also download the flyer from here.

Visit: www.pir.sa.gov.au/pestscostusall

 

This initiative has been funded through the Australian Government’s Agricultural Competitiveness White Paper, the government’s plan for stronger farmers and a stronger economy.

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FREE GRASSY WEEDS WORKSHOP - Napperby
Mar
14
12:30 PM12:30

FREE GRASSY WEEDS WORKSHOP - Napperby

Help stop new pests and control the ones we have. Pest control is everyone’s business.

A series of free workshops on GRASSY WEEDS will help farmers and landholders improve and update their knowledge on pests and stop their spread. The workshop will focus on current best practice management across South Australia and management techniques for dealing with pests.

Hamish Dickson from AgriPartner Consulting will be discussing the value of many local and introduced grasses for livestock production.

GRASSY WEEDS: ESTABLISHED & EMERGING

How to effectively manage grassy weeds on your farm and throughout the District

Please RSVP by Wednesday 8 March, 2017 to Kate.Pearce@sa.gov.au or 8658 1086 Visit the Pests Cost Us All website for more workshop details, online training modules and fact sheets. You can also download the flyer from here.

Visit: www.pir.sa.gov.au/pestscostusall

 

This initiative has been funded through the Australian Government’s Agricultural Competitiveness White Paper, the government’s plan for stronger farmers and a stronger economy.

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MAKING PROFIT FROM SHEEP AND BEEF - CUMMINS
Feb
3
8:30 AM08:30

MAKING PROFIT FROM SHEEP AND BEEF - CUMMINS

Practical information and systems to increase profit/Ha

 

KEY TOPICS:

-    Containment lot & feedlot design
-    Providing supplement to stock
-    Feeding little and often to reduce supplement by 40%
-    Ensuring stock get all the nutrients they need
-    Don’t drop the ball with ewe productivity
-    The benefits of creep feeding
-    The benefits of containment lotting ewes
-    Increasing stocking rates with an efficient rumen

 

SPEAKERS:

Hamish Dickson, Principal Consultant – AgriPartner Consulting

-    Balancing stubble and pasture quality with livestock requirements
-    Containment lot and feedlot design and operation
-    Ewe management in late pregnancy

Gerard Roney, Managing Director – Advantage Feeders

-    Rumen productivity and getting more out of dry pastures and stubbles
-    How controlled supplement feeding can reduce feed costs
-    Increasing growth rates of young stock by creep feeding

Deb Scammell, National Ruminant Manager – Lienert Australia

-    Improving summer feed utilisation through supplementation
-    Improving performance when containment feeding sheep
-    Increasing animal performance via Nutrigenomics

 

Please bring $10.00/person in cash. Donated to the National Centre for Farmer Health.


Register early and help us cater for you. Morning tea and BBQ lunch provided. RSVP – Jan 27, 2017

For more information, visit www.advantagefeeders.com.au/workshops or contact Jess at Advantage Feeders 1300 88 1575. Get the flyer from here

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MAKING PROFIT FROM SHEEP AND BEEF - SNOWTOWN
Feb
2
8:30 AM08:30

MAKING PROFIT FROM SHEEP AND BEEF - SNOWTOWN

Practical information and systems to increase profit/Ha

 

KEY TOPICS:

-    Containment lot & feedlot design
-    Providing supplement to stock
-    Feeding little and often to reduce supplement by 40%
-    Ensuring stock get all the nutrients they need
-    Don’t drop the ball with ewe productivity
-    The benefits of creep feeding
-    The benefits of containment lotting ewes
-    Increasing stocking rates with an efficient rumen

 

SPEAKERS:

Hamish Dickson, Principal Consultant – AgriPartner Consulting

-    Balancing stubble and pasture quality with livestock requirements
-    Containment lot and feedlot design and operation
-    Ewe management in late pregnancy

Gerard Roney, Managing Director – Advantage Feeders

-    Rumen productivity and getting more out of dry pastures and stubbles
-    How controlled supplement feeding can reduce feed costs
-    Increasing growth rates of young stock by creep feeding

Deb Scammell, National Ruminant Manager – Lienert Australia

-    Improving summer feed utilisation through supplementation
-    Improving performance when containment feeding sheep
-    Increasing animal performance via Nutrigenomics

 

Please bring $10.00/person in cash. Donated to the National Centre for Farmer Health.


Register early and help us cater for you. Morning tea and BBQ lunch provided. RSVP – Jan 27, 2017

For more information, visit www.advantagefeeders.com.au/workshops or contact Jess at Advantage Feeders 1300 88 1575. Get the flyer from here

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MAKING PROFIT FROM SHEEP AND BEEF - TAILEM BEND
Feb
1
8:30 AM08:30

MAKING PROFIT FROM SHEEP AND BEEF - TAILEM BEND

Practical information and systems to increase profit/Ha

 

KEY TOPICS:

-    Containment lot & feedlot design
-    Providing supplement to stock
-    Feeding little and often to reduce supplement by 40%
-    Ensuring stock get all the nutrients they need
-    Don’t drop the ball with ewe productivity
-    The benefits of creep feeding
-    The benefits of containment lotting ewes
-    Increasing stocking rates with an efficient rumen

 

SPEAKERS:

Hamish Dickson, Principal Consultant – AgriPartner Consulting

-    Balancing stubble and pasture quality with livestock requirements
-    Containment lot and feedlot design and operation
-    Ewe management in late pregnancy

Gerard Roney, Managing Director – Advantage Feeders

-    Rumen productivity and getting more out of dry pastures and stubbles
-    How controlled supplement feeding can reduce feed costs
-    Increasing growth rates of young stock by creep feeding

Deb Scammell, National Ruminant Manager – Lienert Australia

-    Improving summer feed utilisation through supplementation
-    Improving performance when containment feeding sheep
-    Increasing animal performance via Nutrigenomics

 

Please bring $10.00/person in cash. Donated to the National Centre for Farmer Health.


Register early and help us cater for you. Morning tea and BBQ lunch provided. RSVP – Jan 27, 2017

For more information, visit www.advantagefeeders.com.au/workshops or contact Jess at Advantage Feeders 1300 88 1575. Get the flyer from here

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