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Farmers' approaches to adverse seasonal conditions whether they be frost, flood or low rainfall should be to acquire as much information as possible on the immediate agronomic and financial situations and make a judgement on the longer term implications for the following seasons. Once the information has been acquired, in consultation with advisers, it is necessary to construct and implement agronomic and business strategies to deal with individual situations.
The agronomic and stocking options for the dry season supplied in this booklet deal with questions and issues arising from the Year 2000 season, which has been characterised by a mid to late June break and significantly below average rainfall for the growing season (to September).
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Pasture plants, Climatic factors, Sheep feeding, Cost effective analysis, Economic analysis, Farm management, Sheep diseases, Dry conditions, Harvesting, Farm planning, Drought, Animal health, Yields, Crop management, Western Australia
Agronomy and Crop Sciences | Animal Diseases | Sheep and Goat Science | Soil Science
Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia. (2000), Dealing with a dry season. Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia, Perth. Bulletin 4465.
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