Expressions of interest for PROGRAZE™
29 Nov 2022
Central West Local Land Services are calling for expressions of interest to be part of a PROGRAZE™ program in 2023.
PROGRAZE™ helps livestock producers understand animal nutrition requirements at different ages and stages of production. Producers will also improve their capacity to assess pasture/feed availability and match these requirements to increase productivity. Valued at $1,500 we are subsidising places to $300 per business.
Express your interest
Hear from other producers who completed PROGRAZE™ this year in our video.
Expressions of interest close on Monday, 16 January 2023
Contact for further information
Senior Land Services Officer Livestock
0448 508 625
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