High oestrogenic clovers may be playing havoc in sheep production
systems and some producers may not even know it.
potential to cause infertility, birthing problems and urethral blockages, high
oestrogenic clovers are an issue many older farmers are familiar with but
some younger farmers may not have ever heard of before.
To help create
awareness of such clovers with the new generation of farmers,
the Mackillop Farm Management group approached Agriculture
Kangaroo Island to partner in applying for funding under Meat and Livestock
Australia’s Producer Demonstration Site program and was successful.
For more click here.
(The Land: 31/10/18)