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The team at AgSolutions Australia would like to take this opportunity to wish you and your family a safe and Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!Christmas Closure Dates: We wish to advise our valued customers that we will close for the Christmas Season at 5pm...

Return on Investment with Phosphorus Supplementation You may have heard the Field Advisors from AgSolutions talk about using “the right product for the right time” and when you have livestock grazing phosphorus (P) deficient country the best time to target P supplementation is when there is...

What type of grass is your horse eating?We all know that horses are designed to eat grass and in most cases the greater the percentage that grass contributes to the overall diet, the better it is for the horse’s health. However, if you have horses...

Many parts of Australia are experiencing or have just experienced what is being called a ‘once in a generation drought’ and Graziers are waiting with bated breath for drought breaking rain.After extended periods of drought it is great to have moisture in the air and...

Many horse owners in Australia are currently experiencing horse paddocks that contain dusty, brown pastures with grass coverage becoming more limited as the dry days go by.  Despite the lack of fresh grass, horses still require a balanced diet and to provide this, horse owners...

Natural, Economical & Effective alternative to Eskalin (antibiotic) and Rumensin (ionophore) for grain feeding Trial Objective: To evaluate the use of MegaMin Loose Supplement as an acidosis preventative and to evaluate growth performance of feedlot steers.MegaMin Loose Supplement prevents AcidosisIn comparison to the antibiotic Eskalin and ionophore Rumensin, UNE...

NatraMin Pasture Production and Dry Matter Utilisation Trial Trial work being conducted by AgSolutions at The University of Queensland Gatton Dairy Research Unit is indicating that NatraMin Cal-S is improving pasture production and enhancing dry matter utilisation of irrigated dairy pastures.  Results of physical pasture measurements...

NatraMin Proving Its Worth Interim results from soil amendment trials underway at the University of Queensland have indicated what many farmers have reported over the years, NatraMin works!  While the final report has yet to be delivered, early phases of the replicated trial work have confirmed...

This is the time of year where cattle are often impacted by external parasites such as buffalo fly, lice and ticks. Also, some will be grazing forage sorghum crops, and in both of these scenarios livestock have been shown to respond to sulphur supplementation.Sulphur is...

 A lot of livestock nutritional information available to farmers in Australia is focused on feeding animals during dry feed situations.  Maintaining stock during drought or dry conditions can be costly and challenging for farmers and when the rain comes there is a huge sigh of...

Many parts of Queensland and New South Wales haven’t received adequate rainfall and are currently experiencing unprecedented hot conditions.  This is resulting in a massive reduction of pasture quality and quantity.  Australia’s dry seasons and/or dry years result in pastures that have insufficient nutrient levels...

Before we delve too deeply into the massive topic of ruminant nutrition.  Let’s start by covering the basics.  What is a ruminant animal and what is the role of their digestive system?  The primary difference between ruminants and non-ruminants is that ruminants' stomachs have “four”...