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The project’s purpose is to help protect the profitability of WA sheep production in the face of climate change, increasing climate variability and increasing demand to mitigate greenhouse gas emis
Climate change is a pressing global issue that creates both challenges and opportunities for Western Australia.
From 1 January 2022, earmarking of sheep and earmarking and/or branding of cattle (including buffalo) will be optional.
Maintaining feed-on-offer at around 2 t DM/ha for four weeks around the Timerite® date in spring can effectively control RLEM in the following growing season.
Each year the Federal Government estimates the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions and reports by sector via the National GHG Inventory.
The Southern Rangelands Revitalisation project is a State Government investment that will support pastoralists investigate and design long-term solutions for on-station improvements in rangeland co
Livestock grazing halophytes, including saltbush, require more water to excrete those salts in urine.
Farming systems produce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, primarily in the form of methane (mostly caused by animal digestion and respiration) and nitrous oxide (mostly from fertilisers).
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) is collabrating with one of Western Australia’s (WA) largest beef producers, Harvest Road Group, and Meat and Livestock Austral
In support of the State Government’s commitment to reducing industry emissions and mitigating climate change, DPIRD has undertaken a life cycle assessment (LCA) for the sheep industry in Western Au