Climate Kelpie connects Australian farmers and their advisors to tools and information about climate to help make better decisions about farm business.
Climate Kelpie connects Australian farmers and their advisors to tools and information about climate to help make better decisions about farm business.

CLIMATEDOGS CURRENT FORECAST

Our Climatedogs simplify the greater climate forces and round-up the right information that’s important to farmers.

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.@Dairy_Australia’s Cool Cows Dairy Forecast Service, alerts farmers to heat load events and provides practical advice to help cows manage heat stress and maintain milk production. You can find out more about the decision support tool here: https://t.co/KeUeKoIK6A

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REGIONAL CLIMATE INFORMATION

For up-to-date information about your region’s current climate, and how it is predicted to change over time, select your region from the map.

THE CLIMATE KELPIE NEWS

The Climate Kelpie News (formerly known as CliMag) is a free newsletter published by the Managing Climate Variability project. It keeps you up-to-date with our research, and how our research findings are being applied in agriculture and natural resource management.

Latest issue: CliMag 27 (published July 2016)

Topics covered:

  • Australia’s seasonal forecasting system undergoes surgery
  • The rainfall–nitrogen conundrum for grain growers
  • Managing Climate Variability – 25 years on
  • Project updates
  • R&D for Profit projects
  • Farmers making better decisions with Bureau products

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CLIMATE KELPIE IS A CREATION OF THE MANAGING CLIMATE VARIABILITY R&D PROGRAM.

Climate is the biggest individual driver of production variability in agriculture, and accounts for one-third to two-thirds of annual global crop yield variability.
Over two decades, the Managing Climate Variability Program (MCV) has been the lead research and development program in Australia for providing climate knowledge to primary
producers and natural resource managers.

Learn more about the MCV Program