Producers from around the country headed to south west Victoria through this week to attend a number of sustainable beef workshops.
Team Te Mania, which is made up of a collection of 40 commercial Angus herds, presented the workshops on properties in Hamilton, Dunkeld, Hexham and Peterborough.
Producers began the set of workshops on Jigsaw Farm, Hamilton where producers Eve Kantor and Mark Wootton gave examples of how to be both sustainable and economical in their operation.
Tuesday saw a wide range of guests, including genomics and cell research scientist Dr Jo Newton speaking about research into the future potential of genomics.
West Australian veterinarian and YouTuber Dr Enoch Bergman also gave a talk on building better cows, while group managing director and chief executive of Stockyard Pty Ltd Lachie Hart spoke about how he collected data to develop sustainability and his feedlot operations.
The final day saw producers travelling to the Te Mania Angus Merrang farm in Hexham, where producers heard and saw demonstrations from Grant Sims from Down Under Grass Covers on how to get ideal soil for Angus herds.
It finished with another drive to the picturesque Bay of Islands farm in Peterborough, where Mr Gubbins and manager of the Te Mania Angus heifer herd Andrew Irvine spoke about heifer management on the property.
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