Webinar: MLA Back To Business Series

09 Jun 2020 - Online 1-2pm

Rebuilding your herd or flock – using management and genetics to achieve the best reproduction results

Participants need to register here to join this online session.

Hosted by Meat and Livestock, the sessions form part of a broader response package to support livestock producers during these challenging times. The hour-long webinars will be held weekly every Tuesday at 1:00 pm for 12 weeks and offer resources and support to help those impacted by recent events get "Back to Business".

Originally scheduled as face to face workshops throughout bushfire and drought impacted regions, a revised webinar format is now the best alternative for livestock producers to access to the same expert information and speakers given the current situation with COVID-19.

With information from experts to help build resilient livestock businesses, this webinar series of will provide tools and advice on decision making, rebuilding, and setting business priorities. Information on health and wellbeing and accessing financial and government assistance will also be shared throughout the series and will provide participants with a plan for a resilient, productive and profitable future.

Other topics in the series will inform producers on livestock nutrition, water access and quality, mental health support services, and accessing financial and government assistance as well as farm infrastructure, pasture recovery, and the redevelopment and rebuilding of your herd or flock.

The webinars are open to all livestock producers, are free of charge and will be held each Tuesday at 1:00 pm.

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