New research and market insights to help sheep and beef producers to boost their bottom-line is the focus of a forum being hosted by the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation on Friday 26 July.
The Livestock Forum in Wagga Wagga will cover everything from increasing lamb survival and tips for grazing crops and pasture, through to animal health and disease management.
Graham Centre Acting Director, Associate Professor Marta Hernandez-Jover said, “The Livestock Forum features the latest research from Charles Sturt University, the NSW Department of Primary Industries and the red meat industry. It will showcase new knowledge and information that can be applied directly on-farm.”
Producers will also have an opportunity to shape the research agenda in a facilitated workshop with time set aside to speak one-on-one with researchers.
Highlights of the program:
The Forum will be held from 9am to 3pm on Friday 26 July at the Convention Centre at Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga.
The cost of $25 per person includes morning tea, lunch and a copy of the proceedings. People can register online at https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=508622&
The Forum is supported by Riverina Local Land Services, Meat & Livestock Australia, ProWay, Animal Health Australia and Teys Australia.