Series of management programs for grazing operations based on three decades of research on Australian grazing systems. Consistes of 4 components; Grazfeed used to check if pasture in particular field is adequate to meet current nutritional demands; LambAlive allowing grazier estimations of risks of lamb losses if lambing dates are moved; GrassGro which assesses the optimum stocking rate for any individual field and MetAccess permiting students to summarise and graphically display meteorological data relevant to farming.Author of the abstract:
Centre for Computer-based Learning in Land Use and Environmental Sciences (CLUES)
Moore, A.D., Donnelly, J.R. and Freer, M. 1991. GrazPlan: an AustralianDSS for enterprises based on grazed pastures. In: Proceedings of InternationalConference on Decision Support Systems for Resource Management (Eds. Stuth,J.W. and Lyons, B.G.), College Station Texas, USA, April 1991. pp.23-26.