Held on the 21st Nov 2023
at 3pm to
Event: Biochar as a livestock feed supplement - implications for carbon, profit and sustainability
When: Tuesday 21 November, 2023
Time: 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm AEDT
Why: To showcase the physical, environmental, economic and social implications associated with feeding biochar to livestock Who should attend: all welcome
Join us for a brief webinar to showcase research conducted on a commercial farm in Tasmania, where steers were allowed ad libitum (free) access to feed-grade biochar.
The webinar will discuss results measured for liveweight gains, pasture composition and growth, manure and soil organic carbon, enteric methane emissions and cost-benefit modelling.
The webinar will outline consumer and farmer perceptions associated with feeding biochar to ruminant livestock, as well as implications for animal and soil health, greenhouse gas emissions and environmental co-benefits. Effects of biochar on soil carbon and enteric methane are explored by way of scenario analysis.
The webinar will include discussion of wider aspects associated with feeding biochar and will be followed by Q&A.
Register now via zoom
We thank Meat & Livestock Australia and the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture for funding this research.