Better beef businesses with Grazing BMP
Robert Sherry and his wife Jane run Wahroonga, a 10,000 hectare cattle property in the Clarke Creek district approximately 200 kilometres north-west of Rockhampton. Wahroonga was the 100th grazing enterprise to complete the Grazing Best Management Practices (Grazing BMP) program. The voluntary, self-paced and self-assessed program helped him focus on the areas where he can improve his business and helps the industry benchmark its success. Robert believes Grazing BMP is a positive thing for the beef industry, and is encouraging all beef producers to complete the program, as it has made a big difference to his operations. Grazing BMP is a joint initiative of Fitzroy Basin Association Inc. (FBA), AgForce, the Queensland Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) and North Queensland Dry Tropics and is delivered with significant investment from the Australian and Queensland Governments.
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