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MAKING PROFIT FROM SHEEP AND BEEF - CUMMINS

  • Cummins Bowling Club 60 Bruce Tce Cummins, SA 5631 AUSTRALIA (map)

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

Later Event: February 28
Animal Health and Breeding - Loxton