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Grassland Society of NSW tackles problems affecting grassland husbandry

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article image The Grassland Society of NSW boasts a membership of over 500 mostly farmers and graziers
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The Grassland Society of NSW describes itself as the premier organisation for the transfer of information and technology relevant to pasture, grazing and land management.

Formed in March 1985 at a meeting of 28 interested people, membership of the Society has since grown to over 500 members, most of whom are farmers and graziers.

The Society describes its aims as "to advance the investigation of problems affecting grassland husbandry and to encourage the adoption into practice of results of research and practical experience."

To this end, the Society:

  • holds a major two-day conference each year to promote grassland farming and research
  • publishes a quarterly newsletter; and
  • runs a number of field days, seminars and other activities through the regional branch network.

Papers from each NSW Grassland Society Conference held from 1986 onwards, except for the current year, are available online to members and non-members alike for downloading. Online papers from the current year (September to September) are only available online to members.

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