WEBINAR - Mice and winter crop marketing

9am, Wednesday 16 June

Presenters: Simon McDougall, Commodity Trader with Norco Grain and Dr Peter Brown, Principal Research Scientist with CSIRO


Join the above presenters to discuss: 

  • Drivers of grain prices for the coming harvest 
  • Impact of mice on grain marketability 
  • Impact of China on grain markets
  • Marketing strategies for the coming winter cropping season 
  • Latest update on the present mice situation 
  • Factors driving population change 
  • Outlook for spring 
  • Latest bait registrations. 

For more information, contact Bill Manning on or 0428 607 731. 


If you can’t join in real time we still encourage you to register and you will receive a recording of the webinar emailed directly to you an hour after the conclusion of the webinar to watch at your own convenience.

Brigalow Woodland Walk and talk in the bush 

Join skilled naturalist and educator Paul Moxon for a short tour of high value Brigalow Woodland looking at its structure, biodiversity and identifying key local native species. 

When: Saturday, 19 June, 1pm - 3pm 
Where: Biniguy, 500m east of Biniguy Road on the Gwydir Highway (about 10km west of Gravesend) 

This is a free workshop for anyone interested in learning more about biodiversity and this endangered plant community, it’s value and hidden gems.

Bring a chair and please wear sturdy shoes and clothes. 
For more information, and to RSVP, contact Paul Moxon on

This project is supported by North West Local Land Services through funding from the Australian Government's National Landcare Program.

Nowley Field Day

8am-2pm, Wednesday 11 August 

Join North West Local Land Services, the University of Sydney and the DPI for a field day at the University of Sydney Farm "Nowley" to look at a range of technologies and farming systems management directly relevant to the Liverpool Plains.

The event will cover: 

  • Addressing intra-field soil and yield variation of Nitrogen and water 
  • Farming systems - results from six crop sequences run over five years 
  • Autonomous fallow weed control unit
  • Optiweigh stock weighing system 
  • Pasture legumes for the Liverpool Plains. 

For more information, and to RSVP, contact Bill Manning on or 0428 607 731.
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