• Dr Judi Earl
    Dr Judi Earl
    Pasture Ecologist & Holistic Grazing Trainer

    Judi gained a PhD in pasture ecology when she conducted the first studies describing the benefits to pasture composition from planned grazing. She has extensive experience in how grasslands and pastures respond to grazing and fertility management and is a widely respected speaker on these matters.

    Establishing the AIMS consultancy in 1998 and a Holistic Management™ educator since 2002,, Judi’s main area of interest is working with land managers to enhance the condition and productivity of their land through improved understanding of ecosystem function and more effective utilisation of available resources.

    Judi showcases the capacity of grazing animals to regenerate land on her 454 hectare property, Glen Orton, in NSW.


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04 May 2023


4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Planning Your Grazing for the Growing Season

Pasture and grazing management continues to be one of the most important issues for land managers and livestock producers everywhere.

An understanding of how grass grows and can best be utilised is a critical component of any successful grazing operation – and requires the ability to be able to assess & pasture on a regular basis. This knowledge, when implemented with other key grazing management tools – graze period & pasture recovery, stocking rate & density can lead to significant productivity & profitability improvements while at the same time improving the health of the land.

In our previous webinar with pasture ecologist and regenerative grazier Dr Judi Earl, ‘Calculating Pasture & Grazing to Build Soil & Profitability’, we explored the critical skill of pasture assessment & it’s place in the business of grazing & building soil health. In our latest webinar we will drill down into the skill of planning grazing for the growing season. Taking some time to watch our first webinar with Judi is essential to get the most out of this ‘Planning Your Grazing for the Growing Season’ webinar.

Watch it here:


When? Thursday May 4th, 4.00pm to 5.30pm

Where? You can participate in this webinar from the comfort of your own home!

How? Once you register you’ll receive a confirmation with a link to the  webinar. As this is a LIVE, ONLINE webinar you’ll be able to ask questions during and after the presentation.

After the webinar we’ll send you:

  • Access to the recording of the webinar
  • A PDF of the presentation
  • Cost? This is a free event

This webinar is delivered in partnership with the Lower South West Growers Group and is supported though funding from the Augusta Margaret River Shire Environmental Management Fund, and Soil Wise. Soil Wise is funded by the National Landcare Program Smart Farms Small Grants – an Australian Government initiative. It is supported by Healthy Estuaries WA – a State Government program

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