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Ovine Observer #97 December 2022

In this issue:

1. The WA NLIS Sheep and Goat Advisory Group – 12 months on
2. Abortion and lamb mortality between pregnancy scanning and marking for maiden ewes
3. 2021 and 2022 Southern WA sheep reproductive rates based on pregnancy scanning data
4. Making the move to non-...

Seasonal Climate Outlook November 2022

The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development’s (DPIRD) Statistical Seasonal Forecast (SSF) outlook for November 2022 to January 2023, is indicating mostly neutral (40-60%) probability of above median rainfall for the majority of the South West Land Division.

The Crop Sowing Guide for Western Australia is a one stop shop for variety information on all the major crops grown in WA.

Have your say – WA Horse Standards and Guidelines

Seasonal Climate Outlook October 2022

The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development’s (DPIRD) Statistical Seasonal Forecast (SSF) outlook for October to December, 2022 is indicating mostly neutral (40-60%) probability of above median rainfall for the majority of the South West Land Division (SWLD).

Ovine Observer Issue number # 96 October 2022

In this issue:

1. Pregnancy scanning increases profit for all flocks and times of lambing

2. Lower Reproductive Rate and Lamb Survival Contribute to Lower Lamb Marking Rate in Maiden Ewes Compared to Multiparous Ewes

3. Is hemp a suitable forage for sheep?

4. Do you...

Seasonal Climate Outlook September 2022

The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development’s (DPIRD) Statistical Seasonal Forecast (SSF) outlook for spring, September to November, 2022 is indicating mostly neutral (40-60%) probability of above median rainfall for the majority of the South West Land Division.

Seasonal Climate Outlook August 2022

The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development’s (DPIRD) Statistical Seasonal Forecast (SSF) outlook for August to October, 2022 is indicating less than 40% probability of above median rainfall for the South West Land Division.

High levels of oestrogenic subterranean clovers occur in some medium to high rainfall pastures of Western Australia. These clovers can contribute to problems with sheep reproduction (often referred to as clover disease) that can reduce productivity and profitability of livestock enterprises.

The Western Australian Farming Systems project is a five-year co-investment by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) and the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC), undertaking farming systems research and development (R&D) in the medium and low rai

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