Charles Sturt University
Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation

Livestock systems

About this pathway

The Graham Centre livestock systems pathway aims to increase productivity, profitability and sustainability with a key focus on red meat industries.

Research targets livestock production including nutrition, reproduction and integrated management.

Animal health and welfare including disease prevention and management, biosecurity and animal welfare practices are also a key area of research interest.

Research Pathway leader

This pathway is lead by Associate Professor Marta Hernandez-Jover.

Pathway team

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Our key research

Enhancing biosecurity

Enhancing biosecurity

Graham Centre research aims to support livestock producers to improve on-farm practices and inform government policy to enhance biosecurity to protect Australia’s $30 billion dollar livestock industry.

Livestock and public health

Livestock and public health

Graham Centre research is examining the interactions between livestock, people and the environment.

Sheep nutrition, management and reproduction

Sheep nutrition, management and reproduction

Providing new information to help sheep producers increase productivity and profitability.