The Australian Rangeland Society
A comparison in western Queensland of pasture yields and stocking rates indicate that the latter are similar on mulga (Acacia aneura) rangelands to those on the Mitchell grass (Astrebla spp.) rangelands despite large differences in pasture biomass. The theme is developed that the maintenance of stock numbers on mulga country during extended dry periods, and restocking too rapidly at the end of a drought is biologically unsound. An alternative approach outlines the need for financial incentives to encourage . . . . .
1981 Australian Rangeland Society Biennial Conference