Early weaning calves
Brett Littler, Senior Land Services Office (Livestock), discusses the benefits of early weaning.
Templates, guides, checklists and helpful links
A written drought plan can remind you of what you need to do and when you need to do it. Looking ahead and focusing on the factors you can change or influence is an essential key to managing dry times effectively.
Enhance farm management through this business plan template. Strategically plan and manage resources for sustainable agricultural success.
This tool is designed to assist Australian land managers in better understanding carbon farming opportunities and to identify which might be best suited for their enterprise.
Dairy farmers have the choice of using a range of Our Farm, Our Plan resources. Get started with a self-assessment using the Farm Fitness Checklist.
Checklist for good beef cattle health and management in drought.
People entering areas where a Biosecurity Management Plan applies must comply with the measures outlined in the plan.
Learn more about how to manage the risks and hazards on a farm, including working with animals, vehicles and chemicals.
The Young Farmer Business Program has developed a range of videos, factsheets and customisable templates to assist you in getting started with WHS management in your business.
Rural Adversity Mental Health Program have a number of resources including templates, factsheets, podcasts & videos to assist with your wellbeing.
Preparing for dry times is essential to maintaining productivity and viability of farming businesses across Australia. As part of the Saving Our Soils During Drought Program Local Land Services has produced a series of webinars for livestock producers across the state to assist landholders in the decision making and management of their livestock through dry times.
NSW Drought Relief Measures (2021)
An evaluation has been conducted to assess the effectiveness of the NSW Drought Relief Measures (2021)