Our research makes a real difference ‘in the field’, because that’s where we do most of it.
Murdoch researchers have developed best practice management guidelines for breeding ewes that collectively improve the survival of lambs by ten to twenty percent.
Vast tracts of unproductive land in the eastern Wheatbelt could be unlocked for farming with the development of a tough new legume cultivar.
Australian abattoirs are adopting new technology developed by Murdoch researchers that accurately measures carcase lean meat yield, driving significant benefits right through the supply chain.
Murdoch researchers have been working with Christmas Island Phosphates and the Commonwealth Government to turn ex-mine sites on Christmas Island into new food production, research and education opportunities.
Murdoch researchers are leading the world in their quest to make a better barley grain. What they’ve discovered is delivering sustainable agriculture and superior beer.
Murdoch’s International Legume Inoculant Genebank is preserving national and international rhizobial collections to benefit inoculant manufacturers, researchers and growers.