Feeling as happy as Ted that it's Friday?! Our mate Ted lapping it up in Pasture Genetics' Ansa Diploid Perennial Ryegrass on irrigation at Mount Gambier, 14 days post-grazing.
Today Pasture Genetics attended a field day at the New South Wales Government's Local Land Services trial site at Singleton. This field day encompassed cereal, clover, brassica, lucerne and ryegrass varieties. Pasture Genetics sowed this trial site back in April, and today it provides valuable insight for local farmers, focusing on winter-growth options.
Yesterday Pasture Genetics general manager Rob Damin, and international business manager Sean Coffey met with Australia’s Ambassador to Chile His Excellency Robert Fergusson. His Excellency was briefed on Pasture Genetics operations in Chile, amid discussions surrounding the economic and political climate in Chile, and how to best grow Australia’s seed market in the South American region.
That's Beef Australia 2018 done and dusted. Thanks to all who stopped by. See you in 2021!
Pasture Genetics territory managers Michael, Hugh, and Tom, congratulating Beef Australia competition winner Michael Millewski of Rewan at Rolleston, Queensland. Michael won a 55 litre Pasture Genetics esky. Cheers!
If you're at Beef Australia, head to site 84 and say g'day to our local Territory Managers - your source of the latest product information and agronomic advice. It would be a "beef missed-steak" not to! ;)
Ross Newman of Savage Barker & Backhouse, talking about his success with Pasture Genetics' Balance Chicory on-site at Beef Australia.
Eager Parkhurst State School students are "all ears" as Pasture Genetics national commercial manager Tim Francis talks to them about growing lucerne and hay production, on-site at Beef Australia.
All of Pasture Genetics’ subtropical grasses come standard with our Goldstrike® seed treatment. Goldstrike® is comprised of the highest quality seed and coating technology, and is the best establishment package for pasture legumes. Score your productivity "goals" with Goldstrike®. For more information, visit us during Beef Australia at site 84. Have a chat to our northern region commercial manager Adam Little (pictured) and the team, and pick up one of our NRL footys while you're there!
We're here! Beef Australia is off to a cracking start! Come by site 84, say g'day, and you might even pick up a Pasture Genetics NRL footy!
Pasture Genetics territory manager Nicole Frost on-site at the East Gippsland Field Days. Say g'day at site N24.
ANZAC Day was the signal to start seeding at Pasture Genetics' Penfield Research Station. Our Jackpot Diploid Italian Ryegrass and Mona Tetraploid Italian Ryegrass has been sown for this year's Live Weight Gain Trial. Pasture Genetics are dedicated to providing sound agronomic advice to producers and consultants using local data.
These Angus cows are enjoying a pasture of Outback Forage Oats and Jivet Tetraploid Annual Italian Ryegrass sown in February, in Robertson, New South Wales.
GTL®60 Lucerne is by far our most grazing tolerant lucerne variety, able to take a pounding in the paddock, while still being versatile enough to fill a high quality bale. GTL®60 Lucerne retains leaf through the drying and baling process, offering greater flexibility to hay producers and graziers alike.
Work experience student Lucy Meyer out in the field inspecting Outback Forage Oats and Jivet Tetraploid Annual Italian Ryegrass, sown three weeks ago at a rate of 50 and 25 kilograms per hectare near Cobden, South West Victoria. Lucy is in Year 10 at Clare High School and is eager to pursue a career in Agriculture.
Egg-static 'how many eggs' winner and Territory Manager, James Cook with Social Club committee member and International Business Coordinator, Susan Heinjus with all 72 chocolate eggs. All proceeds from our Easter competition are being donated to Cows for Cambodia. Pasture Genetics will be closing for the Easter public holidays at 5pm on Thursday, March 29 and re-opening 8.30am Tuesday, April 3.