McClymont Memorial Lecture

YearPresenterTitle of presentation
1998B.E. NortonThe application of grazing management to increase sustainable livestock production
2000A.R. SykesEssential effects on animal production: the nutritional demands of nematode parasite exposure in sheep
2002G. Grigg-
2004T. Reeves-
2006J. Scott, T. Coventry & H. SutherlandReflections on the Cicerone Project – an experimental partnership exploring the sustainability and profitability of grazing enterprises
2008W.H. Winter & P.T. DoyleIncreased profitability and social outcomes from livestock in smallholder crop- livestock systems in developing countries: The ACIAR experience
2010Paul MorrisAustralian Animal Industries and contributions to global food security
2012Wayne BrydenFood and feed, mycotoxins and the perpetual pentagram in a changing animal production environment
2014Paul L. GreenwoodConsequences of nutrition during gestation, and the challenge to better understand and enhance livestock productivity and efficiency in pastoral ecosystems
2016Hugh DoveSystems impacts of introducing crop grazing into pasture-based systems
2018Fred ProvenzaHow Palates Link Soil and Plants with Herbivores and Humans