The Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation’s annual Livestock Forum on Friday 30 July will feature new research for beef and sheep producers to apply on-farm and panel discussions with industry experts.
There are two ways people can take part in the event, in person at Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga NSW at a cost of $25 including a hot lunch and morning tea, or online through an interactive conference platform at $10 per head.
The opening session will bring together researchers, industry representatives and producers to talk about environmental sustainability, profit and the path to carbon neutrality.
Concurrent beef and sheep sessions will give a snapshot of new research from the paddock to the plate including discussion about bloat, the use of drones for mustering sheep, lamb carcase assessment and meat science.
The final session will focus on building resilient livestock systems taking in biosecurity, hard-seeded legume pastures, the ecosystem services of dung beetles and a presentation crunching the numbers on restocking with current high livestock prices.
Sponsored by Riverina LLS, Meat & Livestock Australia, Nutrien Ag Solutions, Animal Health Australia, ProWay Livestock Equipment, Sheep Connect NSW and Teys Australia.
Registrations are open now www.csu.edu.au/research/grahamcentre/2021-livestock-forum