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SE Agronomist Update - Naracoorte

Friday February 1, from 8.30-1.30pm at the Naracoorte Town Hall (Upstairs meeting room)

Topics; Interrogating the soil moisture probe network & Ryegrass management in the HRZ. Contact MFMG for further details

Ewe Time Forum – Save the Date
Naracoorte – March 28

The sheep industry’s popular series of forums is returning in 2019

See flyer for contacts click here

Super High Oleic Safflower Launch - Horsham
Wednesday December 19, 8.30am - 4.30pm at the Grains Innovation Park, Natimuk Road, Horsham

Please register for catering and buses. Follow this link for flyer and agenda   


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Monitoring Mice in Australia

CSIRO Researcher Steve Henry has spent five years looking at mouse numbers in cropping around Australia in an effort to help farmers understand when mice might be a problem and to be prepared when they become one. Farmers can get the mouse alert app to help him with data collection. For more information click here


Electronic Identification (EID) systems - what we need to know!
EIDs recently became compulsory in Victoria and it's thought it will eventually occur in South Australia. Many use them already to make data collection easier and more accurate. We heard from James Ellis and Glencoe producer Adam Price, who uses them for his Poll Dorset and White Suffolk studs, at our Keith Field Day last week. For more information click here


Understanding soil physical properties and its implications for crop and nutrient management

Dr Melissa Fraser, from PIRSA Rural Solutions SA says it's important to know your soils bulk density as this helps to make decisions when cropping or planting and can also help in making decisions about how to overcome physical constraints during dry years. For more information click here


Quick Winter Feed Options with Forage Cereals 
Richard Prusa from Heritage Seeds spoke at the recent MFMG Keith Field Day encouraging farmers to utilise forage by either grazing or cutting for silage or hay as this provides value for their investment while also helping to clean up paddocks. He recommends that while stock prices are looking good, value add by grazing on forage cereals. For more information click here