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The Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation is a collaborative research alliance between Charles Sturt University and NSW Department of Primary Industries.

Research for Mixed Farming Systems

Research to increase the profitability of the grain and livestock industries, whilst reducing the risks of natural resource degradation and supporting a sustainable economic future for agriculture on regional, national and international levels.

Through multi-disciplinary and integrated research in key areas, we create knowledge and capacity to deliver farming systems for the future.

Key research objectives include:

The Centre provides an efficient research development and extension science hub to partner with industry organisations and funding agencies.

Latest News

Image - CattleRegistrations for Graham Centre Beef Forum now OPEN

Registrations are now open for the Graham Centre's Beef Forum on Friday 15 August. Industry experts from Charles Sturt University, NSW Department of Primary Industries, Local Land Services and The University of Melbourne will discuss issues of key relevance to producers and the industry. Click here to register.

Working with cattle to build better stockyards

$2 million fellowship to stamp out pests

Future proofing mixed farming systems

Blayney Business of Beef Forum

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Research Pathways

Conservation cropping
- stubble, precision agriculture, soil constraints, break crops (canola & pulses) & food quality
Ruminant feedbase
- pastures & crops, forage conservation, nutrition & food quality
Bio-protection & IPM of crops & pastures
- weeds, diseases & pests
Animal health & welfare
- diseases, parasites, preventative healthcare & welfare practices

2014 Sponsors


Logo - GRDC


Logo - Novartis Animal Health

Logo - National Australia Bank



Logo - Ancare

Logo - Regional Development Australia Riverina NSW


Logo - Riverina Co-op

Logo - Knights

Logo - Animal Health Australia



Logo - Teys Australia

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