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Alternative pasture legumes in NSW Central West – 2021 Report

The CWFS Producer Demonstration Site (PDS) ‘Alternative pasture legumes in NSW Central West’ is in its first year.

POSTPONED TO FEB 2022 – CWFS 2021 End of Year Catch up

CWFS End of Year Catch up with Sam Kekovich is postponed to February 2022 due to delayed harvest activities. Stay tuned for the new date announced next year. Further information contact: Diana Fear 0427 897 530

Southern NSW Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hub

Connected and Adaptable People and Places In a major step forward the Southern NSW Drought Resilience and Innovation Hub Board met in early November to set strategy and approve the Hub’s 3-year operational plan. Meeting face to face for the first time, at Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, the Southern NSW Innovation Hub’s Board considered...

Check your mailbox!

The Soil CRC Rural Landholder Survey 2021 is out! If you receive one in your mailbox, we encourage you to take the time to complete and return it in the envelope supplied. We are keen to receive your feedback. This project aims to understand what land and farm management practices farmers undertake and why they choose the...

NSW DPI Farm Business Resilience Program

Under the NSW DPI Farm Business Resilience Program, farmers will receive an expert coach who will work with you and assist in your farming business. Participants will get an experienced business coach that helps set your goals and gets you organised and motivated. For further information and a quick outline or to apply, visit Farm...

MLA Alternative Pasture Legumes Project in NSW Central West

CWFS has been busy sowing the MLA PDS ‘Feedbase options and alternatives for meat production in low to medium rainfall mixed farming zones of Central NSW’. Trial sites at Gunning Gap and Condobolin were sown in early May with good follow up rain. Pictured here is Annual Medic cv. Cheetah. Photo credit: H McMillan Please find below the...

Community Evening with Nick Farr-Jones

Saturday 19 June 2021, 6.30pm Nick Farr-Jones is a highly decorated former captain of the Australian Rugby Union team and will talk about challenges on and off the field covering topics of leadership, teamwork, winning, and persistence.
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