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Modelling the reduction in enteric methane from voluntary intake versus controlled individual animal intake of lipid or nitrate supplements 195 194 2
Genetic selection for increased mean and reduced variance of twinning rate in Belclare ewes 136 133 0
Optimising the proportion of selection candidates measured for feed intake for a beef cattle breeding objective that includes methane emissions 10 8 1
Sheep and Wool Science Education in Australian Universities 96 95 0
International Sheep and Wool Handbook 1490 1428 0
Is the Australian wool industry efficient at converting wool into value? 248 246 1
Final Report - eDST: Decision Support Tools for multi-disciplinary applications in higher education 310 311 0
Feeding 95 94 0
Estimating daily methane production in individual cattle with irregular feed intake patterns from short-term methane emission measurements 66 61 0
Use of feed intake as an indirect selection trait for reduction of methane emissions in grazing beef cattle 200 199 0
The sensitivity of predicted financial and genetic gains in Holsteins to changes in the economic value of traits 78 79 0
Classifying sheep grazing environments using satellite data to quantify genotype by environment interactions 136 136 0
Review of GHG and Water in the Red Meat Industry - Report 1 806 375 0
Use of Residual Feed Intake as an Indirect Selection Trait for Reduction of Methane Emissions in Grazing Beef Cattle 53 54 0
World Sheep and Wool Production 184 177 0
Improving pasture intake predictions by variable weighting of plant marker concentrations 293 293 1
Future human capability building in the sheep and wool industry 93 84 0
Beef Cattle Production and Trade 1224 1200 6
Report 2 - Enteric Methane Review 347 262 0
Sheep greenhouse gas emission intensities under different management practices, climate zones and enterprise types 213 150 5
Ruminant enteric methane mitigation: a review 943 938 0
Do price premiums for wool characteristics vary for different end products, processing routes and fibre diameter categories ? 29 29 0
How precise are enteric methane emission phenotypes or breeding values estimated from spot flux measures? 105 100 2
Breeding for reduced methane emissions in extensive UK sheep systems 114 113 0
A Simulation of Sheep Crossbreeding Systems: a Risk Analysis 122 122 0
Daily methane emissions and emission intensity of grazing beef cattle genetically divergent for residual feed intake 25 17 0
A Potential Practical System to Estimate Pasture Intake of Individual Animals 160 161 0
The effects of pasture inputs and intensive rotational grazing on superfine wool production, quality and income 317 318 1
Production efficiency 188 156 4
Optimising natural 13C marker based pasture intake estimates for cattle using a genetic algorithm approach 23 22 0
Is methane production likely to be a future Merino selection criterion? 193 190 0
System and Method for Monitoring the Feeding Practices of Individual Animals in a Grazing Environment 326 322 2
An evaluation of carbon offset options for beef production systems on coastal speargrass in central Queensland, Australia 242 236 0
Allocation of greenhouse gas production between wool and meat in the life cycle assessment of Australian sheep production 208 207 0
Implications of greenhouse emission reduction policies for the Australian sheep industry 159 159 0
A Review of Markers for Wool and Sheep Carcase Quality Traits 181 182 0
Integrated overview of results from a farmlet experiment which compared the effects of pasture inputs and grazing management on profitability and sustainability 1076 1081 1
Wool metrology research and development to date 85 85 0
The trials and tribulations of estimating the pasture intake of grazing animals 68 67 0
Wool Preparation, Testing and Marketing 170 166 0
Estimation of the pasture intake of individual yearlings by controlled supplementation with natural 13C or alkanes and alcohols 71 69 0
The relationship between a satellite derived vegetation index and wool fibre diameter profiles 372 366 0
Wool Metrology Research Gaps and Innovation 72 72 0
Reducing methane emissions by including methane production or feed intake in genetic selection programmes for Suffolk sheep 141 139 0
Methane emissions and feeding behaviour of feedlot cattle supplemented with nitrate or urea 207 202 0
The potential for predicting Australian wool supply using remotely sensed data 117 118 0
Australian Sheep and Wool Industries 140 141 0
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