Evaluating the economic consequences of alternative management strategies for beef enterprises in northern Australia
The inaugural AAAS webinar will be presented by Dr Maree Bowen, Principal Research Scientist with the Queensland Department of Agriculture on Wednesday 20th May at 12.30 pm on Evaluating the economic consequences of alternative management strategies for beef enterprises in northern Australia.
Maree was raised on a beef cattle property in western Queensland and completed a PhD in beef cattle nutrition through the University of Queensland in 2004. She has experience in the sheep and diary industries, have lead Sheep CRC nutrition projects and was employed as a dairy nutrition consultant in Victoria prior to completing her PhD. More recently, Maree has led a DAF team in investigating the profitable use of high quality forages for beef production in central Queensland. Maree is currently working with a DAF team to assess the economic implications of a range of management strategies and technologies that can be implemented by grazing businesses across Queensland with the intent of improving business profitability and resilience.
Email the AAAS Executive Officer, Dr Sue Hatcher (firstname.lastname@example.org) to register for the webinar and receive a calendar invitation and link.