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DEPI - Impact of BESTWOOL/BESTLAMB

BWBL PROVIDES A LEARNING ENVIRONMENT Impact of BESTWOOL/BESTLAMB BWBL "Newsletters are for information, BWBL is for motivation." 'BWBL's group structure providesa comfortable learning environment for producers. It inspires pursuit of excellence by sharing experiences and access to best practice management. BESTWOOL BESTLAMB A RANGE OF ACTIVITIES HAS LED TO FARM CHANGES BWBL ACTIVITIES 96% OF PRODUCERS IMPLEMENTED CHANGE Established in 1998, BWBL is a group based network that supports sheep producers to become more productive and profitable. 1M10| 9395 Nutrition Group discussions and grower presentations Reproductive perfomance Pasture management Grazing management NO. VIC SHEEP GROWERS Key features : Infrastructure and support for delivery of best practice and latest research outcomes Partnership with private sector in design and delivery • Builds industry capability • Rigour through DEPI project management 1111| 4488 Farm demonstrations, tours and walks Animal health Pasture establishment NO. TARGET AUDIENCE Genetics Phone seminars Fam planning I 2285 Natural resource management Newsletters Human health NO. BWBL MEMBERS Business management Livestock marketing Wool marketing Conferences 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% RETURN ON INVESTMENT BWBL accelerates the adoption of farm changes to improve productivity. NET BENEFIT OF BESTWOOL/BESTLAMB PRODUCTION BENEFITS TO MEMBERS BWBL supports producers through the decision making process leading to practice change. • Average farm benefits of $7,100 p.a 97% of members are extremely satisfied with BWBL LIVESTOCK FARM MONITOR PROJECT ANALYSIS OF BWBL MEMBERS V NON MEMBERS Incremental costs of BWBL network Incremental net benefits $40.5 $1 $292 $230 $50.2 $69.3 $55.4 FARM $68M BENEFIT-COST RATIO (BCR) WOOL WOOL LAMB $18M $3.8 Net Income ($/eha) Gross Margin ($/ha/100mm) Gross Margin ($/ha/100mm) BestWool/BestLamb Non-BestWoo/BestLamb Net present value of net benefits $50.1M SOCIAL ASPECTS INTEGRAL TO BWBL BWBL members highly value the social benefits enabled by the group environment, including: Reduced Support during times of high stress Better Department of Environment and Victoria Primary Industries social work/life State Government Social benefit cost analysis of the BESTWOOL/BESTLAMB network, Marsden Jacob Associates September 2013 isolation balance %24

DEPI - Impact of BESTWOOL/BESTLAMB

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