Publications

Resources - Print

Below is a list of Productive Nutrition resources available for download. For any further queries please email us.

Analytical service - feed testing, livestock monitoring 

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Animal health

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Copper deficiency project

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Data collection and management

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Drought management

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Feed Budgeting

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Intensive livestock systems - Feedlots and containment areas

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Livestock consultancy services

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Livestock financial analysis and cost of production

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Ration formulation

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Saltbush project

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Workshops

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Resources - Video

Below is a list of Productive Nutrition resources available for download. For any further queries please email us

Why should I build a containment area?


How do I choose a location for a containment area?



How to manage sheep in a containment area?



How to manage the transition of sheep from containment to the paddock?



Interview with Greg Koch, Glen Turret Pastoral – Why did you establish a containment area?



Water quality and livestock nutrition - San Jolly speaking at the Coorong Tatiara Water Security Forum

Publications

Coming soon...
      Demonstrating soil conservation in the SA Murray Darling Basin Rangelands

      Following on from "regenerating clay pans" discover the effect of different row spacings when ripping for revegetation as well as the unexpected survival of species following grazing.

  • Regenerating clay pans (2013) Download [PDF]
  • Is saltbush a productive and profitable feed for sheep? (2013)
  • Understanding soil nutrients and their effect on plant nutritional value (Outback Lakes Group, 2013)
  • Goat nutrition in Australia; a review of the literature (MLA, 2011)
  • Career Opportunities in Agriculture (University of Adelaide,2010)
  • National Procedures and Guidelines for Intensive Sheep and Lamb Finishing Systems (MLA, 2010)
  • Jolly, S & Cottle, DJ (2010)"Feeding" in the International Sheep and Wool handbook, ed. D Cottle, Nottingham University Press, pp.331-373
  • Lomax, S., Dickson, H., Sheil, M. and Windsor, P. (2010), Topical anaesthesia alleviates short-term pain of castration and tail docking in lambs. Australian Veterinary Journal, 88: 67–74.
  • Gaunt, G Jolly, S & Duddy, G (2010) "Intensive production systems" in the International Sheep and Wool handbook, ed. D Cottle, Nottingham University Press, pp.565-581
  • Best practice nutritional management of grazed pasture plants (Outback Lakes Group, 2009)
  • More talk about Dillon Bush... (2009)
  • H. Dickson, S. Lomax, P. Windsor, M. Sheil (2008). Post castration and tail docking pain alleviation in lambs. Proc. Aust. Soc. Anim. Prod. Vol. 27
  • Productivity Commission Submission – Drought Support (2008)
  • The nutritional needs of livestock grazing forage shrubs (2008)
  • The value of rangelands herbage to grazing ruminants (2008)
  • Utilising the nutritive values of preferentially grazed rangeland species for best practice grazing management (2008)
  • Best practice for production feeding of lambs: a review of the literature (MLA, 2007)
  • Improving the nutritive value of hay and straw (2007)
  • What is good to eat – the nutritive value of South Australian rangeland plant species (AWI, 2006)
  • Key species for sheep nutrition in pastoral South Australia (CNEFAP, 2005)
  • Sheep nutrition in pastoral South Australia (CNEFAP,2005)


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