Rangelands NRM invites interested parties to our workshop:
- What makes animals eat what they eat?
- How do animals learn and adapt to their environment; how we can use this to our advantage?
- Learn the value of plant diversity
- Dr Fred Provenza, Professor Emeritus, Utah State University, USA
Dr Provenza is a leading authority on animal feeding behaviour and management with emphasis on herbivore learning and food selection. [More info]
- Dr Dean Revell, Principal Scientist, CSIRO, Perth
Dr Revell established and led the national project ‘ENRICH’, exploring the potentials of Australian shrub species for grazing systems and landscape health. His research focuses on animal nutrition and metabolism and grazing behaviours relating to landscape health and profitability. [More info]
- Bruce Maynard, Livestock Producer, NSW
Mr Maynard is a livestock producer who runs stress-free stock handling courses working with Provenza concepts to reduce the time taken for stock to adapt to food types. [More info]
22/23 April 2013, DAFWA Conference Room, Gregory Street
- RSVP to Paul Erkelenz – 9964 8249, firstname.lastname@example.org or fax rego form to (08) 9964 3226
- Download flyer | Download Agenda | Download Registration Form
25/26 April 2013, DeGrey Station (off North West Coastal Highway, 75 Km north of South Hedland)
- RSVP to Tim Wiley – 0488 195 921, email@example.com
- Download flyer | Download Agenda | Dowload Registration Form
This workshop is supported by the WA Department of Agriculture and Food, CSIRO and Rangelands NRM.