Support for Queensland graziers
One of the first steps to improve your grazing and pasture management is understanding and managing your land condition.
Budgeting and financial management
- Breedcow and Dynama herd budgeting software: plan, evaluate and improve your profitability and financial management.
- Agbiz farm budgeting tools: calculate profit, construct budgets and manage cash flows.
- Grazing economics publications: assess the costs and benefits of different management practices.
- Grazing Futures: recover from drought and prepare for future droughts as an everyday part of your business.
- FutureBeef tools and calculators.
- Meat and Livestock Australia tools and calculators.
- Learn about the legal requirements for moving livestock.
- Create your on-farm biosecurity management plan to reduce the risk of introducing or spreading an infectious disease, pest or weed.
- Encourage visitors to use the Farm Check-In app when entering your agricultural property to minimise the spread of pests and diseases.
- Find out if you need to be registered as a biosecurity entity.
Improve your skills
Our extension officers can help you:
- analyse your land and pasture and develop a land management plan for your property
- implement grazing systems that are profitable and productive
- reduce nutrient and sediment run-off into local waterways and the Reef
- connect to industry specialists
- find out about the latest research.
Join industry events and programs:
- Contact your Regional Natural Resource Management organisation for local events, training and support.
- Meat and Livestock Australia's EDGEnetwork offers practical learning opportunities to improve your livestock enterprises.
- FutureBeef workshops about tools and skills in business management, sustainable grazing, animal nutrition, health and genetics.
- BeefUp forum covering Meat and Livestock Australia's research and development projects and the latest technologies in the red meat industry.
- The Advancing Beef Leaders program for emerging producer and community leaders.
- Sign up to DAF's agricultural newsletters.
- Follow Queensland Agriculture on Facebook for the latest news.
- Contact your industry association to stay up-to-date with the latest research and best practice.
- Last reviewed: 14 Feb 2023
- Last updated: 14 Feb 2023