From the paddock to the reef: tracking cattle movement


From the paddock to the reef: tracking cattle movement

An innovative research project in central Queensland is tracking cattle movement in paddocks with different layouts, to see how much cattle rely on creeks for drinking water when a trough is available. Cattle have been fitted with GPS collars that track their every move. This project has been supported by the Australian and Queensland Government's Paddock to Reef program, and involves Fitzroy Basin Association, CSIRO, and CQ University.


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