Australian Rangeland Society

Soil Carbon for Your Farm Business Webinar Series Launched by Central West Local land Services

A new webinar series by Central West Local Land Services is giving primary producers insight into soil carbon science, trading and accounting. The Soil Carbon for Your Farm Business series featured presentations from industry experts including Dr Susan Orgill from the NSW Department of Primary Industries, the Clean Energy Regulator as well as primary producers who have successfully undertaken carbon trading.  The webinars are available to view on the Local Land Services YouTube page

Pastoral Poddy Podcast

Local Land Services NSW  has recently launched the Pastoral Poddy Podcast for landholders, community members and industry on all things pertinent to the rangelands of Western NSW.  Topics include pregnancy scanning, pre-lambing nutrition, ewe reproduction strategies, weaner management and farming goats.  Rumour has it that more podcasts will be added later in the year!   For more information about the podcasts and how to listen visit the Pastoral Poddy webpage.

 

Future Beef to Launch New ‘How-To’ Videos

FutureBeef will soon launch online 15 new ‘how-to’ videos on a variety of topics for the ‘anything but average’ beef producer.  These short videos have recently been filmed across Queensland, Northern Territory and Western Australia and will include information on topics such as making informed economic decisions, land condition assessment, recognising signs of overgrazing, using fire within management and setting and using decision dates in grazing land management.  Read more here.

 

Farmers for Climate Action Podcasts and Videos

Did you know that Farmers for Climate Action, a movement of farmers, agricultural leaders and rural Australians who are working to ensure farmers are a key part of the solution to climate change, have a number of interesting podcasts and videos available on their website?  Topics include Understanding Soils, Climate Smart Grazing and Grassroots Rural politics.  They can be accessed from the Resources section of the Farmers for Climate Action website.