Sheep and lamb producers have been reminded that winter is the time to plan strategies to keep flocks free of grass seed contamination and help optimise performance and returns. NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) sheep development officer, Geoff Casburn, said producers can avoid or mitigate problems with grass seeds by thinking ahead. Mr Casburn said Meat & Livestock Australia has done the leg work with its Winning against seeds manual.
- Seed contamination of Carcases
- Seedy paddock save for sheep producers
- Winning against seeds
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