Jun 2018

Grazing BMP Accelerated Program - Injune

Where: Injune Hall supper room

  • First day runs from 8am to 5pm
  • Second day from 8am to 12:30pm
  • Places limited and will fill fast

Free event! Lunch and smokos provided. 

What is it?
Grazing Best Management Practice is a voluntary online self-assessment tool developed with the assistance of Queensland graziers. The workshop provides you with a chance to assess your current practices and discuss opportunities with like-mined producers and experts.

  • This is a rare opportunity to benchmark your management practices against whole of industry.
  • No cost to producers – funded by the Queensland Government’s GrazingFutures Project.
  • Complete all 5 Grazing BMP modules in one manageable block over one and a half days.


Rhonda Toms-Morgan (Connect Ag)
| managing the land resource | managing grazing pressure | mapping | land capability | weeds and pest animals

Tony Koch (QRIDA)
| financial risk management | succession planning | business analysis | work/life balance | effective communication

Jed Taylor (DAF)
| health management program | animal welfare | extreme weather and predation | biosecurity | transport

Andrea McKenzie (DAF)
| land capability | markets | reproduction | weaning | nutrition | genetics

Bruce Alchin (Bruce Alchin & Associates)
| structure and characteristics | chemical properties | ground cover | biology


  • Grazing land management 
  • People and business
  • Animal health and welfare
  • Animal production
  • Soil health 


  • Get the latest on information and legislation to help run a successful grazing business.
  • Get technical advice to help give you that extra edge.

For more information or to register phone: Lachlan Marshall (QMDC) P| 07 4680 6460

OR Andrea McKenzie (DAF) andrea.mckenzie@daf.qld.gov.au

Download the event flyer here. 

This event is made possible by Agforce and the Queensland Government. 


Toowoomba Office

127b Campbell Street (corner of Campbell and Bellevue)

PO Box 6243 Toowoomba West QLD 4350

P (07) 4637 6200 F (07) 4632 8062 E info@qmdc.org.au