Department of Primary Industries:
Prograze – The Pathway To Profitable and Sustainable Grazing
This course is designed for beef and lamb producers who wish to maximise their income by developing a better understanding of grazing management.
By Department of Primary Industries - 23rd April 2003 - Back to News
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This course is designed for beef and lamb producers who wish to maximise their income by developing a better understanding of grazing management. This is achieved through better pasture utilisation and matching these skills with livestock feed requirements.
The program is delivered during 8 half-day meetings, conducted 3 to 4 weeks apart and uses a hands-on approach, with sessions conducted on-farm. Discussion with other producers and practical sessions are combined so participants have a full learning experience.
Topics covered over the eight sessions include:
These meetings are conducted by leading industry experts.
A Prograze course is planned to commence at Bairnsdale in May. If you would like more information about "Prograze," contact Peter Stapleton at DPI Calvert Street, Bairnsdale, on 5152 0600.
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