The role of the Pastoral Production Division is to facilitate the sustainable development of the Pastoral Industry through the provision of research and extension. Areas covered by the division include rangeland management, sustainable grazing strategies, improved pastures, breeder herd efficiency profitability and management (in cattle and buffalo), market development for the export trade to South East Asia through the provision of technical services to our trading partners and is also responsible for Indigenous economic development through the Indigenous Pastoral Program.
Our division has officers based in Alice Springs, Tennant Creek, Katherine and Darwin with a wide range of skills and access to information.
Northern Territory Pastoral Feed Outlook
The DPIF produces this outlook every March, June, September and December for the pastoral industry.
The outlook contains:
If you want to subscribe to receive this outlook (or provide feedback) please contact Rangeland staff at Alice Springs 8951 8111 or Berrimah Farm 8999 2007 (email@example.com).
Pastoral Industry Survey 2010 - NT Wide (DOCX)
For further information, contact Pastoral Production on +61 8 8973 9739
|Cell Grazing for Better Productivity and Carbon Sequestration
Tim Schatz, Peter Shotton and David Ffoulkes
|Grazing Strategies for Tomorrow 2007
The latest Pigeon Hole Field Day handbook, with results and management recommendations from the Pigeon Hole Project grazing trial. Contains excellent information for all pastoralists.