Murdoch University students get feedlot experience

By Mal Gill
Updated August 24 2021 - 3:17pm, first published 2:00pm
Final-year Murdoch University animal science students, Katy Reid (left), Baldivis, Kelsie Palmer, Bunbury and Zoe Dickson (right), Nannup, at the university's on-campus sheep feedlot with Milne Feeds representatives, ruminant feed sales coordinator Sydney Fowler and nutritionist Dr Joshua Sweeny. Milne provides pellet feeds for the feedlot unit where students measure and compare weight gain.
Final-year Murdoch University animal science students, Katy Reid (left), Baldivis, Kelsie Palmer, Bunbury and Zoe Dickson (right), Nannup, at the university's on-campus sheep feedlot with Milne Feeds representatives, ruminant feed sales coordinator Sydney Fowler and nutritionist Dr Joshua Sweeny. Milne provides pellet feeds for the feedlot unit where students measure and compare weight gain.

FEEDLOTS are usually one of the later links in a supply chain, but for final-year animal science students, Murdoch University's sheep feedlot could be a first link to a career.

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