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Pastures and grazing field day

day workshop for graziers

Whats it all about?

Learn how to increase the sustainability and
profitability of your grazing enterprise through
correctly identifying pasture species and
implementing improved grazing practices.
You will find out about
Pasture identification
Grazing principles to better manage
your property to its capability
How effective grazing management
can result in increased productivity
and profitability.
What to bring: Includes a paddock walk
please bring appropriate footwear, sunscreen,
sunglasses, hat and a water bottle.

9am-1pm Saturday Oct 22nd

268 Mt Samson Rd,
Armstrong Creek
Your presenter
Damien OSullivan has spent many years
working as a grazing extension officer for the
Queensland Government. He brings a wealth of
knowledge and experience in grazing practices
and beef property management.
Includes morning tea & lunch
Register at
For further details, contact Michelle:
0457 106 252

The Regional Landcare Facilitator Programme is supported through funding from the Australian Governments National Landcare Programme.

A new era for the management of South East Queenslands land and waterways has begun, with the official formation of Healthy Waterways and Catchments. This new organisation combines leading not-for-profit organisations Healthy Waterways and SEQ Catchments, whose members voted in the change on 28 June 2016. Healthy Waterways and
SEQ Catchments will continue to operate under their existing brands while we work through the transition. Find out more.