MAKING PASTURES PAY
29th Annual Conference of The Grassland Society of NSW Inc.
GOULBURN 14–16 JULY 2015
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Opportunities to maximise livestock profitability – JK Webb Ware
New insights into phosphorus cycling in pastures: implications for fertiliser management and for closing the phosphorus efficiency gap – RJ Simpson, GA Sandral, MH Ryan, RI McLaren, RJ Smernik, MJ McLaughlin, TM McBeath, H Lambers, CN Guppy and AE Richardson
Which breeding direction for sheep on the Southern Tablelands? – P Graham and AK White
Does increasing body frame size in Merinos increase profit? A case study – G Burbidge and J Virgona
Managing fertiliser in a grazing system – putting principles into practice – JM Virgona and NJ Ferguson
Persistent perennials? An advisor’s perspective – DR Harbison
Grazing management options to boost productivity and secure healthy landscapes – W Badgery, G Millar, K Broadfoot, J Martin, D Pottie, A Simmons and P Cranney
Phalaris cultivar persistence under soil fertility and grazing treatments at Canberra – RA Culvenor and RJ Simpson.
Evaluation of a grazier education program in a drinking water catchment – AA Senn and M Lieschke.
Influence of winter grazed, dual purpose wheat and canola crops in a pasture system on the performance of Merino sheep – CS Pinares-Patino, SE McDonald, JA Kirkegaard, H Dove, JR Hunt, RJ Simpson and AD Moore.
Poultry litter is not all the Same – NW Griffiths
New pasture plant options to reduce P-input costs of grazing systems – G Sandra, R Simpson, A Price, S Hildebrand, C Fuller, Z Yang, A Stefanski, D Kidd, H Lambers and M Ryan.
Lambs grazing a choice of biserrula and subterranean clover have higher growth rates in spring than lambs grazing a biserrula monoculture – SR McGrath, GA Sandral, L Sundermann and MA Friend.