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Southern Highlands Prograze group


7th Aug 2018


Southern Highlands


RSVP by 30 June to
Matthew Lieschke on
02 4824 1913
or viaemail


Do you want more profitable and sustainable grazing systems?

The key to achieving this is developing skills in pasture and animal assessment. Producers can do this through PROGRAZE®.

PROGRAZE® is based on established proven principles of pasture and livestock production. PROGRAZE® is designed to help producers:

  • develop skills in pasture and animal assessment
  • use these skills to improve the productivity and sustainability of grazing systems.

PROGRAZE® will help you to:

  • visually assess pasture quality and quantity
  • understand how pasture quality and quantity impact on animal production
  • assess livestock fat scores
  • use pasture and livestock assessments to match pastures to livestock requirements
  • use pasture assessment to make supplementary feeding decisions
  • use grazing management to help control worms
  • use grazing management to improve the productivity and sustainability of your pastures.

Course delivery

PROGRAZE® is presented to individual groups via a series of 8 half-day workshops. Workshops are generally held 4 - 6 weeks apart.

The course uses a hands-on approach, with the days being conducted on group member’s farms with a strong in-paddock approach.

Discussions with other producers and practical sessions are combined for an effective learning experience.

Workshops will be presented by:

  • Matthew Lieschke
    Senior Land Services Officer – Livestock
    South East Local Land Services
  • Fiona Leech
    Senior Land Services Officer – Pastures
    South East Local Land Services

Course fee

PROGRAZE® is available to producers in the South East Local Land Services region for a fee of $440 (including GST) per farm business.