Profitable Grazing Systems

Rebecca Mohr-Bell, profitable grazing systems (PGS) NT state coordinator, and Joy Sherlock, Senior Extension Agronomist with DPIR, have been hatching plans for an improved pastures PGS group. While details are still being confirmed, more information about the PGS program and the proposed improved pastures group will be available at the upcoming field days being held at Katherine Research Station and Douglas Daly Research Farm, on Tuesday 9 and Wednesday 10 April respectively (see advertisement on previous page).

If you would like more information but are unable to attend the field days you can contact Rebecca by email or phone (08) 8977 0134

For more information about the PGS program you can visit the PGS webpage on the MLA website.

Last updated: 30 April 2020

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