Preparing your livestock enterprise for dry times (8 June Wudinna)

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Join the SA Drought Hub and AIR EP for a valuable morning of networking and knowledge at the Wudinna Community Club, followed by lunch on us.

Dr Hannah Griffiths is bringing together a team of experts to discuss the hub’s projects on Filling Feed Gaps, Improving the climate resilience of the Australian sheep industry, and PODS (Pasture Optimisation for Drought Solutions).

Dr Penny Schulz will present an overview of the new online climate tools and Dr Jodie Reseigh from the SA Department of Primary Industries and Regions (PIRSA) will update attendees on the Red Meat and Wool Growth Program and Sheep Connect.

Learn more about these projects and how they can help you make your business more resilient to drought.

Join us at 8.30am for tea and coffee.

Presentations kick off at 9am sharp with lunch at 12pm.

  • Heat stress in sheep – Dr Hannah Griffiths, SA Drought Hub
  • Pasture Optimisation for Drought Solutions – David Peck, South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI)
  • Filling Feed Gaps (hay vs silage) – Tim Prance, T Prance Rural Consulting
  • Using online climate tools SAT and Climate Services for Agriculture (CSA) – Dr Penny Schulz, SA Drought Hub
  • Red Meat and Wool Growth Program and Sheep Connect updates – Dr Jodie Reseigh, PIRSA
  • Q&A on current and emerging projects to enhance drought resilience – Penny and Hannah
  • Lunch provided

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The hub is hosting this event as part of the Australian Government’s Future Drought Fund Science to Practice Forum.

Eyre Peninsula networking and knowledge meeting

Science to Practice Forum 2023

Thursday 8 June 2023, 8.30am to 12pm followed by lunch

Wudinna Community Club, Medley Tce, Wudinna


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