These case studies show how graziers improved their business using information provided through Drought and Climate Adaptation projects.
Mulga – your stock, your supplement – with Clynt JohnstoneClynt changed his supplement ration to improve cost effectiveness and productivity using the knowledge and networks he gained from attending a GrazingFutures workshop.Read more (PDF)
NIRS and phosphorus testingBen McKenzie implemented NIRS and phosphorus testing in his herd which improved the economics and effectiveness of his supplementary feeding program.Read more (PDF)
Local graziers use economics to assist business planningRichard Judd used economic analyses to determine his best options after attending a DCAP workshop on maximising returns from high quality forages in central Queensland.Read more (PDF)
Lara Downs StationColin Burnett completed a Nuffield Scholarship (How to survive and prosper in the North West Queensland beef industry) in 2019 and discusses the importance of maintaining land, herd, people and finance banks.Read more (PDF)