Free BeefConnect Webinar, 26 July 2018:
Whole farm economic analyses have shown that perennial legumes are a profitable intervention for many areas of northern Australia. In particular, analyses for central Queensland have shown that perennial legumes (and especially leucaena) are the most profitable of all available beef production strategies as well as being the most profitable of all forage options.
However, most producers only have a limited area of arable soil suited to planting high quality forages such as perennial legume-grass pastures or annual forage crops. Therefore, they have to make decisions regarding:
This presentation by Dr Maree Bowen will address these two research questions using forage oats and leucaena-grass pastures grown in central Queensland, as an example.
Date: Thursday 26 July 2018
Time: 12.30 pm – 1.30 pm AEST
Webinar location: At your computer in the comfort of your home/ office or on the go, using your mobile device!
*** If you have limited internet connectivity, you can still participate by listening on your phone and watching the presentation slides.We’ll send these through to you the day before the webinar. Just make sure to select this option when you register. ***
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1. Reserve your webinar seat now by following this link. Or copy and paste this into your web browser: https://attendee.gotowebinar.
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4. Join 10 minutes early on the day of the webinar. You can interact by typing questions in the Q&A panel or by raising your electronic hand.
This is a BeefConnect event, brought to you through a partnership between FutureBeef and Beef Central, with funding from the Queensland Government and Meat & Livestock Australia.