Demonstrating the value of animal location and behaviour data in the red meat value chain

Alexandra Lobb, Alan Smart 

Published 2018-05-03

ACIL Allen were engaged by the Institute for Future Farming Systems to provide analysis for this report to Meat and Livestock Australia. It brings together the results of several research activities aimed at exploring and uncovering the value that might be derived for graziers if they could remotely monitor the location behaviour and state (LBS) of the animals under their management.

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