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Farm300 is a new program from Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) offering cattle and sheep advisor training and support to build practical knowledge and skills that can boost on-farm production and profitability by reducing greenhouse gas emissions from livestock. Farm300 is funded by the Australian Government, and managed by MLA in partnership with the Australian Farm Institute, Australian Wool Innovation and Dairy Australia. Agriculture and land management activities produce almost 17% of Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions, with 60% of those emissions from livestock. Agricultural emissions are projected to grow in response to growing demand for dairy and meat products overseas.

ep.1 - James Houston

Increase productivity with rotational grazing
Cattle and sheep producer James Houston from the upper Murray region has increased productivity on his property by rotational grazing which has increased native grasses, allowed calves to be weaned and sent to market earlier....