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AEC_17_24_Group effects on Virtual Fencing

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AEC_17_24_Group effects on Virtual Fencing


Behavioural, temperature and GPS data collected for project AEC 17/24 which looked at the effect of flock dynamics and determine what proportion of sheep in a flock would be required to be collared without affecting the efficacy of the virtual fence.


Animal Behaviour Animal Management


https://doi.org/10.25919/5eb3338c32078


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CSIRO (Australia), University of New England (Australia)


Marini, Danila; Kearton, Tellisa; Ouzman, Jackie; Llewellyn, Rick; Belson, Sue; Lee, Caroline (2020): AEC_17_24_Group effects on Virtual Fencing. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.25919/5eb3338c32078


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DAWR: Cost-effective weed management using targeted sheep grazing technology


There is increasing emphasis and need for natural resource management through the use of more diverse, non-herbicide, weed management options. Livestock grazing management, such as intensive grazing, is a long-proven method for controlling major weeds, as well as having additional benefits in reducing over-grazing areas that may be vulnerable to we... more


Rick Llewellyn





Danila Marini


Tellisa Kearton


Jackie Ouzman


Rick Llewellyn


Sue Belson


Caroline Lee