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Researcher: Hall, AF (Miss Alison Hall)

Fields of Research

Farm management, rural management and agribusiness
Agricultural systems analysis and modelling
Agricultural economics
Crop and pasture production
Crop and pasture improvement (incl. selection and breeding)
Agricultural land management
Horticultural crop growth and development
Agricultural production systems simulation
Environmental education and extension
Other agricultural, veterinary and food sciences
Rural sociology
Agronomy
Animal nutrition

Research Objectives

Sown pastures (excl. lucerne)
Expanding knowledge in the agricultural, food and veterinary sciences
Pasture, browse and fodder crops
Other education and training
Pome fruit, pip fruit
Learner and learning
Production
Industry costs and structure
Management of greenhouse gas emissions from animal production
Management

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Can water stress lead to water excess?; 7th International Cherry Symposium
Empowering farmers for increased resilience in uncertain times; Animal Production Science
Empowering farmers for increased resilience in uncertain times; Australasian Dairy Science Symposium 2014
NEXUS project: exploring profitable, sustainable livestock businesses in an increasingly variable climate - milestone report 5
Pasture management and extension on Tasmanian dairy farms - who measures up?; Rural extension and innovation systems journal
Reaching recommendations - a participatory approach to refining and prioritising future extension delivery in the Tasmanian dairy industry; 2018 Australasian Dairy Science Symposium
Tasmanian Pasture Resource Audit: A review of the botanical composition of Tasmanian pastures in 2011 - Final Report
Understanding grazing decisions on Tasmanian dairy farms; 22nd International Farm Management Association Congress
Understanding Tasmanian dairy farmer adoption of pasture management practices: A Theory of Planned Behaviour approach; Animal Production Science
Using a participatory approach to refining and prioritising recommendations for future extension delivery in the Tasmanian dairy industry; Rural Extension and Innovation Systems Journal
Using the theory of planned behaviour framework to understand Tasmanian dairy farmer engagement with extension activities to inform future delivery; Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension
Using the Theory of Planned Behaviour framework to understand Tasmanian farmer decision making and adoption of pasture management practices to inform future extension; 13th European International Farming Systems Association Symposium

Research Projects

Dairy Mentoring Program; DairyTas (DAIRYTAS)
Dairy Smart (Phase 2); Dairy Australia Limited (DAL)
Tasmanian Dairy Farm Monitor Project; Dairy Australia Limited (DAL)
Tasmanian Dairy Farm Monitor Project 2017-2019; Dairy Australia Limited (DAL)
Tactics for Tight Times Monitor Farms Operation
Young Dairy Network - Tasmania
Young Dairy Network Tasmania

Research Candidate Supervision