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Rangelands: Growing Meat Naturally
The Western Local Land Services (WLLS) region covers about 40% of New South Wales (NSW) and is mostly semi-arid rangeland. Here, environmental and agricultural outcomes are closely linked through managed grazing on native pastures for sustainable production of food and fibre. Credit: WLLS, NSW Dept of Primary Industries.
Mustering cattle in the Kimberleys
Jane Sale in Western Australia explains how cattle are rounded up on a 350,000-ha ranch in the Kimberleys. Credit: Permission granted by Red Meat Australia, with copyright held by Meat and Livestock Australia
The lure of the life of a jackeroo
Story of a young man working on a cattle station Beetaloo in the Northern Territory of Australia –“My dream job is having my own cattle station.”
Indigenous and white rangeland managers explain the values of rangelands, especially indigenous cultural values. ©Central Land Council