Research through the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation is providing information for livestock producers to make the most of grazing beef cattle on canola crops.
A Charles Sturt University (CSU) expert aims to raise awareness of the risk to human health from parasites in seafood and call for better diagnostic testing, at an international conference of pathologists this weekend.
After successive dry seasons, deciding which pastures to remove or retain in the crop rotation will be important for many farmers according to Dr Jeff McCormick from the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation at CSU.
Two CSU students with a passion for the beef industry are set to take part in an internship program offered by Angus Australia and the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation.
CSU research has found canola meal may provide an option for beef producers to supplementary feed steers and still access premium prices for grass-fed beef.
As drought grips South Eastern Australia it’s timely to consider CSU research showing withholding irrigation at particular stages of olive growth can save water without reducing oil content and quality.
Research by CSU and Agriculture Victoria aims to increase lentil consumption in Australia by developing new products which may also deliver health benefits to consumers and boost returns for producers.
Tireless refugee supporter, women’s advocate and CSU student Mrs Forough Ataollahi has been named NSW International Student of the Year for 2018 in the higher education category.
CSU research has uncovered new information about how two deadly viruses, Nipah and Hendra, replicate.
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