Livestock Nutrition

In ruminant animals a considerable amount of degradation and synthesis of protein occurs in the rumen and the material that becomes available for digestion can differ considerably from what was originally present in the food.  Consequently, different approaches for evaluating protein sources are necessary for...

Living with droughts has more often than not become a way of life for Australian graziers and the cost of feeding livestock for extended periods of time pays a heavy toll.  If you have the capability and facilities, early weaning can be a very strategic...

Let's talk more on grain feeding Many of Australia's cattle producers are starting to feed grain to their stock. However, to get the best results, the balance of a ration is more important than the type of grain or inputs used.Many of the rations we review...

Making changes to bring extra profit Recently we’ve had a lot of positive feedback from customers who have found that our soil, crop and livestock nutrition advice has brought in extra dollars for them.For our feedlot clients, we are regularly picking up increased daily weight gains...