Animal production in the spinifex and shrubland regions of Western Australia
Natural resources, Animal production and livestock
The role of the Rangeland Management Branch is to promote the sustained economic use of the rangeland resource. It provides research and extension services to the pastoral industry, provides advice on the condition of the range resource to Government and provides technical information on rangelands to other rangeland managers. A principal objective to be met in fulfilling that role is the development and promotion of economically efficient place systems that conserve the rangeland resource. At the inaugural Pastoral Soil Conservation Districts Conference in Meekatharra in May 1987, pastoralist delegates emphasized the importance of achieving that objective within the various soil conservation districts throughout the pastoral areas.
(1987), Animal production in the spinifex and shrubland regions of Western Australia. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Report 23/87.
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