This year in parts of Australia, we are seeing higher than usual rainfall, and in some areas it resulted in flooding. So what are the short and long-term impacts, and how should you adjust your plan as we head out of the non-growing season?
To help put your planning into context, we’ve come together once again with the highly respected grazing management leader, Dick Richardson of Grazing Naturally/ Natures Equity to bring you 60-minutes of pure knowledge. Register for this session by filling out the registration form below.
Topic: High Rainfall in Non-Growing Season: Impact, Outcome, and What’s Ahead by Dick Richardson
When: Wed Jul 27th, 11:00am (Sydney AEST) |
Tue Jul 26th, 7pm (USA & Canada MDT)
What to expect:
- CONTEXT: Understanding the different elements that contributed to flooding rain and the unusually wet start to 2022
- IMPACT: How this prolonged wet weather has and will continue to impact livestock producers, the market, and its impact to carbon
- RISK MANAGEMENT: What risks lies ahead, and how to counter them with smart planned grazing step changes
- OUTCOMES: Benefits from this wet weather into the growing season if managed well