Curbur Station (WA), Range management, Range pastures, Pastures, Water supply, Vegetation, Western Australia, Rangelands
Ten land systems were identified, descriped and mapped. potential feed status was assessed for each land system. The land systems were then ranked accordingly and stocking rates allocated. Wongdong saline shrublands was considered to be the most productive system and Narryer hills, outcrops and breakaways the least productive. An assessment was made of the range condition and erosion status of the least. These assessments indicated that most of the pastures had been heavily utilized in the past.
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Holm, A M. (1982), Curbur Station : inventory of the range and its management. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia. Report 10, 38p.