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13 results for #profitability

Multiple industries
Fruits Vegetables
Input management
Research project

Avocado Industry Benchmarking

The avocado industry seeks to understand and learn from favourable market conditions and industry growth through benchmarking the industry. There …
  • Funded by

    Hort Innovation

  • Project date

    27 Feb 2023 -
    17 Dec 2027

  • Research organisation

    RM Consulting Group (RMCG)

Nuts
Input management
Research project

Macadamia Industry Benchmarking and Industry Sustainability Insights 2022-2027

This project aims to source, analyse, and publish a range of productivity, quality, and sustainability metrics from individual farm to …
  • Funded by

    Hort Innovation

  • Project date

    26 Oct 2022 -
    30 Sep 2027

  • Research organisation

    Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (QDAF)

Forestry
Multiple technology areas
Input management Plant science
Research project

Innovative nursery management solutions to sustainably manage root disease, improve nursery utilization, and enhance resilience and productivity of planted pines

Root-borne diseases are increasingly affecting tree production nurseries, lowering productivity and profitability. This project will improve nursery management by defining the right balance of fertilizer, fungicide and microbial inoculum to break the disease cycle, and use field trials to refine treatments to improve establishment and resilience post-planting.
  • Funded by

    Forest and Wood Products Australia (FWPA)

  • Project date

    15 Mar 2022 -
    30 May 2024

  • Research organisation

    Western Sydney University (WSU)

Multiple industries
Beef cattle Pasture, fodder & feed Sheep & lamb Wool
Multiple technology areas
Animal technology Plant science
Research project

PDS: Feeding Grain on Grass

This project will fund a demonstration site for producers in central west and northern New South Wales, to demonstrate the benefits of using forage and grain feed tests to develop a grain ration to supplement livestock that are grazing forage crops. Supplementary feeding increases liveweight gain and enables improved production efficiency and increased profitability.
  • Funded by

    Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA)

  • Project date

    1 Jan 2022 -
    20 May 2025

  • Research organisation

    New South Wales Local Land Services (NSW LLS)

Sugar
Multiple technology areas
Crop protection Data and AI Input management Plant science
Research project

Scoping studies for an integrative digital platform for sustainable sugarcane crop management (CaneMAPPS)

This project will assess what is required to develop the interactive digital platform, CaneMAPPS - Cane Mapping and Analysis for Productivity, Profitability and Sustainability - as a central point for sugarcane farm data collection, processing and reporting.
  • Funded by

    Sugar Research Australia (SRA)

  • Project date

    1 Jan 2022 -
    14 Apr 2022

  • Research organisation

    University of Southern Queensland (USQ)

Multiple industries
Beef cattle Pasture, fodder & feed Sheep & lamb Wool
Multiple technology areas
Animal technology Plant science
Research project

Pasture Monitoring in the Rangelands

The Producer Demonstration Site (PDS) funded by this project aims to demonstrate that routine monitoring and management of key pasture species can boost the productivity of rangelands livestock businesses. The project will engage 5 core producers and 15 observer producers responsible for managing 700,000ha, 140,000 sheep and 2,500 cattle.
  • Funded by

    Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA)

  • Project date

    20 Dec 2021 -
    27 Aug 2027

  • Research organisation

    New South Wales Local Land Services (NSW LLS)

Multiple industries
Sheep & lamb Wool
Animal technology
Research project

Best Practice Management of Non-mulesed Sheep

This project funds a Producer Demonstration Site (PDS) to demonstrate best management practice of a non-mulesed flock, using available tools and management strategies, to mitigate the effect of flystrike on flock production and profitability.
  • Funded by

    Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA)

  • Project date

    30 Nov 2021 -
    20 Aug 2026

  • Research organisation

    Aggregate Consulting Pty Ltd

Multiple industries
Sheep & lamb Wool
Multiple technology areas
Animal technology Automation
Research project

PDS: Effective Rangeland EID Decision Making Systems

This project supports a Producer Demonstration Site (PDS) to show how the use of individual animal identification can contribute to improved profitability, productivity and sustainability in rangeland sheep enterprises. An Electronic Identification (EID) system that measures the individual animal can provide data to inform decision making for the whole flock.
  • Funded by

    Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA)

  • Project date

    20 Nov 2021 -
    15 Jul 2025

  • Research organisation

    Nala Agribusiness

Multiple industries
Beef cattle Pasture, fodder & feed Sheep & lamb Wool
Multiple technology areas
Animal technology Input management Plant science
Research project

Healthy Subsoils Produce More Red Meat

The Southern Australia Livestock Research Council (SALRC) promotes innovation and learning in the red meat and livestock industries of southeast Australia. This project funds a Producer Demonstration Site (PDS) to address the priority to 'Improve pasture establishment, productivity and persistence in landscapes prone to subsoil compaction or hard pan soil structure'. The project is to be conducted with the Yarra Valley Farmers and Alexandra/Mansfield Farmers Groups in north central Victoria.
  • Funded by

    Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA)

  • Project date

    1 Nov 2021 -
    11 Jul 2028

  • Research organisation

    Agridome Consultancy

Sugar
Multiple technology areas
Automation Food processing technology Processing & packaging Robotics
Research project

Use of a purge sensor to improve performance and reduce the need for supervision of batch centrifugals

Batch centrifugals that operate like a spinning washing machine are used widely to separate raw sugar crystals from the mother molasses. This project will trial a Danish-made sensor to show when and how long to add wash water to the batch centrifugal, to purify the raw sugar crystals - a job that is usually done by a worker at the sugar mill.
  • Funded by

    Sugar Research Australia (SRA)

  • Project date

    15 Sep 2021 -
    30 Jul 2022

  • Research organisation

    Bundaberg Sugar

Dairy
Multiple technology areas
Animal technology Input management
Research project

Observational Study for DSF

This short term project will provide supporting information and data from a previous study to underpin potential changes in selected goals and targets for the 2030 Australian Dairy Industry Sustainability Framework, in the areas of on-farm antimicrobial usage, soil nutrient management planning, and dairy herd culling.
  • Funded by

    Dairy Australia

  • Project date

    7 Sep 2021 -
    20 Dec 2021

  • Research organisation

    Dairy Australia

Multiple industries
Beef cattle Pasture, fodder & feed Sheep & lamb
Multiple technology areas
Crop protection Input management Plant science
Research project

Management options and species evaluation to increase productivity in dieback affected pastures - PHASE II

Pasture dieback is a condition that causes the death of sown and native pastures by affecting plant health and function, reducing productivity. By continuing work to evaluate new practices for the control of pasture dieback, and feed options for livestock, this project will help ensure the productivity and profitability of red meat enterprises in affected regions of Queensland.
  • Funded by

    Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA)

  • Project date

    1 Sep 2021 -
    30 May 2023

  • Research organisation

    Applied Horticultural Research (AHR)

Dairy
Multiple technology areas
Animal technology Input management
Research project

Building Advisory Capability in Nutrient Management Planning

The Dairy Sustainability Framework has a target of 100% of farms implementing a soil and nutrient management plan by 2030. This project aims to provide updated resources and improved service provider capability to support this target through Dairy Australia's Fert$mart program.
  • Funded by

    Dairy Australia

  • Project date

    19 Jul 2021 -
    30 Sep 2023

  • Research organisation

    Dairy Australia

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