Department of Agriculture Western Australia
wool sulphur, cysteine, NIR, Sheep, crop stubble, grain residue, Genetic benchmarking, link progeny, artificial insemination, ewe trial, wether trial, lambing percentages, lamb survival, NLIS, Sheep identification, feedlot, WormBoss, sheep, parasites, drench resistance, sheep worms, ‘Pastures from Space®’
This session covers eight papers from different authors:
1. Sulpher in wool and its implications for fleece weight and sheep health, SM Liu, AC Schlink, JR Williams, CSIRO Livestock Industries Wembley WA, ME Dowling,JCGreef, Department of Agriculture Western Australia.
2. Stubbles for sheep: a reality check, Roy Butler, Keith Croker, Department of Agriculture Western Australia.
3. Genetic benchmarking using artificial insemination, LC Butler, JC Greeff, Department of Agriculture Western Australia.
4. The potential lambing performances of ewes in mixed age flocks, Kieth Croker, Department of Agriculture Western Australia, Rob Davidson, WAMMCO International, formally University of Western Australia, Ken Hart, Department of Agriculture Western Australia,Doug Harrington "Cowcher Farms" Narrogin, Mario D'Antuono, Department of Agriculture Western Australia.
5. National Livestock Identification System (Sheep) in Western Australia, Julian Gardner, Department of Agriculture Western Australia.
DISPLAYS - TOOLS
6. To Feed or Not to Feed - I Only Hamlet had the Calculator!, Geoff Duddy, Livestock Officer(Sheep & Wool) Yanco.
7. WormBoss - a national Australian computer-based sheep worm control tool, RG Woodgate, Department of Agriculture Western Australia, A LeFeuvre, Queensland Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries, and Genie Pty Ltd, Warwick Qld, A Bailey, Department of Primary Industries, Water and Environment, Kings Meadow Tas, RB Besier, Department of Agriculture Western Australia, N. Campbell, Department of Primary Industries Victoria, Attwood Vic, I Carmichael, South Australian Research and Development Institute, Glenside SA, S. Love, NSW Department of Primary Industries, Armidale NSW.
8. 'Eye in the sky' takes guesswork out of farmers pasture decisions, Richard Stovold, Department of Land Information
Please cite papers individually
Biosecurity Commons, Fiber, Textile, and Weaving Arts Commons, Genetics Commons, Genomics Commons, Nutrition Commons, Parasitology Commons, Sheep and Goat Science Commons