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Australian Pastures Genebank

The Australian Pastures Genebank is expected to hold 70,000 grass and pasture legume varieties representing 2,000 species when the various state seed collections are centralised at the APG facility in...

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Recovery of native pastures following the 2014 Eden Valley bushfire

The Barossa Improved Grazing Group (BIGG) looks at how local producers are managing and recovering pastures damaged during the 2014 Eden Valley bushfire. BIGG is a community-driven network of livestock...

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Growing Kikuyu on KI

This video, produced through the Grain & Graze 2 project, details the progress of kikuyu being grown on Kangaroo Island.

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The Environmental Benefits of Kikuyu

This video, produced through the Grain & Graze 2 project, highlights the environmental benefits of kikuyu.

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Sold on Sulla

Farm consultant Bill Long and Yorke Peninsula farmer Trevor Polkinghorne discuss the benefits of Sulla as a legume forage option in Trevor’s farming system. Sulla is a comparatively new forage...

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Fodder species to fill the feed gap

Mick Faulkner from AgriLink Agricultural Consultants discuses feed gaps for livestock that occur throughout the year. He explains how the Mid North High Rainfall Zone group is trialing a range...

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Cell Grazing System in Low Rainfall Areas

Neil and Antoinette Sleep and their family manage a 3,600 ha grazing property near Peterborough in the Upper North of South Australia. Their cell grazing system is managed to achieve...

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Biodiversity in low rainfall grazing systems of South Australia

Encouraging native species in grazing systems in the Upper North of South Australia has provided many benefits in terms of soil health, biodiversity conservation and production. Achieving and maintaining ground...

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Cell Grazing in Low Rainfall

Neil Sleep discusses the cell grazing system he has developed on the family farm near Peterborough in the Upper North of South Australia with Michael Wurst from Rural Solutions SA....

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Establishing Perennial Shrubs for Pasture

Ian Ellery, on the family property at Morchard in the Upper North of South Australia, explains how returning unproductive cereal cropping land has been assisted by trial work conducted through...

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Perennial Shrubs for Low Rainfall Farming

Ian Ellery discusses transforming from a wheat based system to a perennial shrub based system on his family farm at Morchard in the Upper North of South Australia. A lot...

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Perennial Shrubs for Mixed Farming

Dr Jason Emms & Dr Rick Llewellyn speak to us about the opportunities that perennial shrubs and grasses provide farmers in low rainfall districts.

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