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Agriculture Innovation Update

Wednesday June 12  Tintinara Memorial Hall, 1.15pm – 7.30pm

Go for the afternoon or just the session that interests you

 

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Crop Nutrition in the High Rainfall Zone (HRZ)

Tuesday June 18

8.30 - 11am

Starting at Struan House, followed by a site visit to Bool Lagoon

 

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Pulse Check: Coonalpyn/Coomandook Post seeding meeting

Tuesday June 18, 9am

1154 Werrimrook Road, Coomandook

 

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Bloat in Cattle

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Bloat is a risk when animals are grazing young lush pasture, particularly when there is a high level of legumes (clover, medics and lucerne). Cattle produce a large amount of gas during their digestion process, which is normally belched up or passed through the gastrointestinal tract. If the gas is unable to escape bloat occurs.

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