Partner with industry to identify and realise opportunities to improve the profitability and sustainability of grain and red meat value chains for thriving regional communities.
The 2017-2021 Strategic Plan defines our focus and intent.
Getting more value out of cull cows
Tuesday, 7 Jul 2020
Charles Sturt Three-Minute Thesis finals go online for first time
Wednesday, 24 Jun 2020
Fulbright Scholar to conduct research at Charles Sturt in Wagga Wagga
Wednesday, 3 Jun 2020
Nature’s bee all and end all: Why ‘Winged wonders’ must be protected from threats
Tuesday, 19 May 2020
New research aims to improve management of breeding ewes in drought containment areas. Sheep producers are needed to take part in an online survey to identify practices that improve reproduction to develop management guidelines and inform further research
In this edition: There's 'fit bits' for cows, a biosecurity pilot project that's monitoring feral pigs, and new lamb feedlot research. Find out where one of the world's worst agricultural pests, the diamondback moth, originated from and how scientists aim to use the information to target biological control. You can also meet Stephen Lang, a young agronomist who's spent a year working in Lao PDR on a project to tackle soil constraints on rice farms to improve farmer livelihoods.