The economic value of grazing dual-purpose cereal crops
Published: 1 Sep 2019
Farmers’ attitudes to the role of grazing crops has changed over time from an opportunistic ‘feed grab’ approach to a planned and strategic approach aimed at improving whole-farm profitability.
Research has shown that grazing crops in Western Australia can deliver improvements to whole-farm profitability of up to 18.9 per cent (Esperance), 19.2 per cent (Moora) and 62 per cent (Katanning) compared with not grazing crops at all.
Details of the case study farms
Best practice crop grazing ‘rules of thumb’
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