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Susan has spent her career researching practical on-farm strategies to improve the production of sheep. She joined Charles Sturt University as a researcher in 2006, and while all things sheep are of interest, has a particular interest in improving the reproductive rate of sheep. She has published numerous studies including lamb survival, embryo mortality, sheep health, sheep production systems, containment feeding of ewes, and simulation modelling of sheep/pasture cropping systems. Susan also lectures in ruminant production, and has supervised numerous honours and postgraduate students as they progress on their journey. 

Research Interests

Research Interests

  • Sheep reproduction, particularly improving lamb survival and weaning rates per ewe
  • Management for wool production and quality
  • Management of goat reproduction and mohair production
  • Simulation modelling of farming systems

Education/Academic qualification

sheep production, PhD, Nutritional management of reproducing ewes for improved staple strength, University of New South Wales


Award Date: 16 Apr 1999


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