Please reload

Follow Us

February 13, 2018

 A monitoring, redistribution and soil improvement research trial began in 2014 with the support of eight farming enterprises from Boyup Brook to Walpole. Due to the collective efforts of these farmers and the tremendous support from Doug Pow, John Allen and Dr Bernard...

August 18, 2017

An east Manjimup monitoring site reported 1 Euoniticellus fulvus, 1 Onitis aygulus and 1 Geotrupes spiniger in April's trapping. This had changed in May, with a little moisture, to 77 Bubas bison and 1 G. spiniger. Can't be sure whether the spiniger is the offspring of...

August 18, 2017

MLA report "Dung Beetles and Internal Parasites of Sheep" (Nov 2011) was based in the Northern Tablelands. Few of the species listed exist in sw WA - YET!
The action of dung beetles in burying faeces actually reduces the numbers of larvae obtained consistent with the t...

August 18, 2017

Dung beetles and earthworms go 'hand-in-hand' generating bioturbation of the soil. We need more deep vertical tunnelling earthworm species in the south west pastures. Another crusade!

Article about the Power of Worm Poop

Please reload

  • Facebook Dung Beetles South West

August 18, 2017

Please reload

Recent Posts
Search By Tags
Featured NEWS
 

Celebrating Dung Beetles: unsung heroes in livestock production

February 13, 2018

1/1
Please reload

Archive
Please reload

NEWS

 

 

Warren Catchments Council | 52 Bath St, Manjimup WA 6258 | Tel: (08) 9771 8180 | info@warrencc.org.au

 
  • Facebook - Black Circle

© 2017 by The Warren Catchments Council. Proudly created by Paper Napkin Creative

 

 

This website is supported by South West Catchment Council through funds from the Australian Government National Landcare Program.