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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

Authors

D G. Wilcox

Keywords

Fodder plants, Nutritive value, Murchison region (W.A.), Western Australia

First Page Number

313

Last Page Number

314

Abstract

THE Murchison pastoral country is usually thought of as either having a perennial grass cover, as in the Wandarrie, or as Mulga country with trees and short grass.

It is easy to overlook the small shrubs which occur all over the Murchison in every type of situation, and can provide high quality feed for sheep.

Erratum

The rest of this article is attached to next article 'Farm flora sancturies' Robert Dunlop Royce Vol 3 No 4 p 314

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