Short Course Details

Business of grazing

​This course is ideal for producers who are looking to take their business performance, grazing management and animal production to a new level. Over three days participants will gain the knowledge, tools and skills needed to professionally and critically analyse all aspects of their operation, allowing them to confidently make the best decisions for the future.

This course is suitable for producers at any stage of the game, whether they’re at the start of their farming journey or have a lifetime of experience under their belt.

Topics:

  • business management
  • economic analysis and planning
  • grazing management using regenerative grazing principles
  • people management including refining vision, setting goals and effective communication
  • ecological function
  • ruminant nutrition
  • drought management
  • feed budgeting
  • reproduction
  • planning and development
  • decision making
Suitable for:

​Graziers, mixed farmers, and farm/station workers of any level of experience.

Subject matter expert:
David McLean and Nic Kentish, RCS
Dates:
13-15 February 2019
Duration:
3 days
Further study options:

​Grazing for profit school
Farming and grazing for profit school

Fee:
$500 full fee
Accommodation:

​Muresk Institute offers a variety of accommodation with shared facilities (bathrooms and lounge/common rooms). For more information view our facilities and complete an accommodation request form.

Enquiries:

​Prue Jenkins
General Manager
Muresk Institute
T: 9690 1556
E: prue.jenkins@dtwd.wa.gov.au

The above information is correct at the time of publishing however may be subject to change.

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