Bewety and the Feast - Sheep Industry Research Open Day

Come and join us at the Sheep Industry Research Open Day!
We will be showcasing the latest innovative technology and research across the WA sheep industry and what this means for sheep producers.

This free interactive field day is for you, for ewe, and for me!

Topics include:

  • Labour or Love? Labour saving technologies that allow a life off farm - John Paul Collins, DAFWA
  • EweTube; Let Siri do the sheepwork! - Beth Paganoni, DAFWA
  • Chaos on the Maternity Ward: Can optimising lambing density to minimise mismothering and improve lamb survival? - Amy Lockwood, Murdoch University
  • Can you identify breech strike susceptible sheep before they are struck? - Tony Schlink, UWA
  • Eat the lot - a demonstration of cut by cooking effect on eating quality - Rachel O’Reilly & Lis Pannier, Murdoch University
  • DAFWA and UWA joining forces to solve the winter dag problem - Graeme Martin, UWA
  • Do I look fat in these genes?! Shedding some light on why owning skinny genes doesn’t guarantee their fit - Sarah Blumer, Murdoch University
RSVPs are essential. Register online at Sheep Industry Research Open Day
or contact Julia Smith, DAFWA, at julia.smith@agric.wa.gov.au  
or Esther Jones, Sheep Alliance at esther@bluesee.com.au  

When and where

Host Sheep Industry Business Innovation (SIBI) project & the Sheep Alliance of Western Australia
Start DateThursday, 30th March 2017
Start Time9:30 am
End Time5:00 pm
LocationKatanning Research Facility, Nyabing Road,
Katanning, WA, WA 6317

Contact information

Julia Smith
+61 (0)8 9892 8450

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