Follow fallow methods to meet seasonal challenges

By Bob Freebairn
December 13 2021 - 5:00am
An improved native pasture, November this year. Ensuring good groundcover levels are retained at all times, which relates to feed budgeting, is an important part of management, regardless of seasonal conditions.
An improved native pasture, November this year. Ensuring good groundcover levels are retained at all times, which relates to feed budgeting, is an important part of management, regardless of seasonal conditions.

With daily reports of climate change, involving higher average temperatures, more erratic rainfall, more droughts and floods, maybe changing rainfall patterns, how are farmers to cope?

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