Richard Rawnsley
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Dynamic cattle behavioural classification using supervised ensemble classifiers
R Dutta, D Smith, R Rawnsley, G Bishop-Hurley, J Hills, G Timms, ...
Computers and electronics in agriculture 111, 18-28, 2015
Climate change effects on pasture systems in south-eastern Australia
BR Cullen, IR Johnson, RJ Eckard, GM Lodge, RG Walker, RP Rawnsley, ...
Crop and pasture science 60 (10), 933-942, 2009
Effect of defoliation management, based on leaf stage, on perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.), prairie grass (Bromus willdenowii Kunth.) and cocksfoot (Dactylis glomerata L …
LR Turner, DJ Donaghy, PA Lane, RP Rawnsley
Grass and forage science 61 (2), 164-174, 2006
Simulating pasture growth rates in Australian and New Zealand grazing systems
BR Cullen, RJ Eckard, MN Callow, IR Johnson, DF Chapman, ...
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 59 (8), 761-768, 2008
Behavior classification of cows fitted with motion collars: Decomposing multi-class classification into a set of binary problems
D Smith, A Rahman, GJ Bishop-Hurley, J Hills, S Shahriar, D Henry, ...
Computers and electronics in agriculture 131, 40-50, 2016
Detecting heat events in dairy cows using accelerometers and unsupervised learning
MS Shahriar, D Smith, A Rahman, M Freeman, J Hills, R Rawnsley, ...
Computers and electronics in agriculture 128, 20-26, 2016
Modelling the sensitivity of agricultural systems to climate change and extreme climatic events
MT Harrison, BR Cullen, RP Rawnsley
Agricultural Systems 148, 135-148, 2016
Changes in the physiology and feed quality of cocksfoot (Dactylis glomerata L.) during regrowth
RP Rawnsley, DJ Donaghy, WJ Fulkerson, PA Lane
Grass and forage science 57 (3), 203-211, 2002
The impact of extreme climatic events on pasture-based dairy systems: a review
J Chang-Fung-Martel, MT Harrison, R Rawnsley, AP Smith, H Meinke
Crop and Pasture Science 68 (12), 1158-1169, 2017
The morphological and physiological responses of perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.), cocksfoot (Dactylis glomerata L.) and tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea Schreb …
LR Turner, MM Holloway‐Phillips, RP Rawnsley, DJ Donaghy, ...
Grass and Forage Science 67 (4), 507-518, 2012
The emergence, development and effectiveness of decision rules for pasture based dairy systems
KA Macdonald, CB Glassey, RP Rawnsley
Proceedings of the 4th Australasian dairy science symposium 31, 199-209, 2010
Simulated seasonal responses of grazed dairy pastures to nitrogen fertilizer in SE Australia: Pasture production
KM Christie, AP Smith, RP Rawnsley, MT Harrison, RJ Eckard
Agricultural Systems 166, 36-47, 2018
More milk from forage: Milk production, blood metabolites, and forage intake of dairy cows grazing pasture mixtures and spatially adjacent monocultures
KG Pembleton, JL Hills, MJ Freeman, DK McLaren, M French, ...
Journal of Dairy Science 99 (5), 3512-3528, 2016
Can animal genetics and flock management be used to reduce greenhouse gas emissions but also maintain productivity of wool-producing enterprises?
DJ Alcock, MT Harrison, RP Rawnsley, RJ Eckard
Agricultural Systems 132, 25-34, 2015
A whole farm systems analysis of greenhouse gas emissions of 60 Tasmanian dairy farms
KM Christie, RP Rawnsley, RJ Eckard
Animal Feed Science and Technology 166, 653-662, 2011
Current and future direction of nitrogen fertiliser use in Australian grazing systems
RP Rawnsley, AP Smith, KM Christie, MT Harrison, RJ Eckard
Crop and Pasture Science 70 (12), 1034-1043, 2019
Increasing ewe genetic fecundity improves whole-farm production and reduces greenhouse gas emissions intensities: 1. Sheep production and emissions intensities
MT Harrison, T Jackson, BR Cullen, RP Rawnsley, C Ho, L Cummins, ...
Agricultural Systems 131, 23-33, 2014
Simulated seasonal responses of grazed dairy pastures to nitrogen fertilizer in SE Australia: N loss and recovery
KM Christie, AP Smith, RP Rawnsley, MT Harrison, RJ Eckard
Agricultural Systems 182, 102847, 2020
Modelling the resilience of forage crop production to future climate change in the dairy regions of Southeastern Australia using APSIM
KG Pembleton, BR Cullen, RP Rawnsley, MT Harrison, T Ramilan
The Journal of Agricultural Science 154 (7), 1131-1152, 2016
Potential of summer-active temperate (C3) perennial forages to mitigate the detrimental effects of supraoptimal temperatures on summer home-grown feed production in south …
AD Langworthy, RP Rawnsley, MJ Freeman, KG Pembleton, R Corkrey, ...
Crop and Pasture Science 69 (8), 808-820, 2018
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