BADGERY, Warwick

Warwick Badgery

Research interests

  • Plant competition in grazing and cropping systems
  • Grazing system and management
  • Land use change and soil carbon dynamics


Grazing system research helps to determine the most efficient ways to improve animal production from pastures. Dr Badgery has conducted grazing systems and grazing management research in Australian over the last 10 years, including as part of the national EverGraze program, and has been involved with similar research in China. He leads the Rangelands and Tropical Pastures team who focus on production and natural resources research in northern and Western NSW. Other research areas he has worked in include: developing the first pilot trading scheme for soil carbon in Australia; the ecology and management of serrated tussock; and pasture cropping systems.


  • B.Sc University of New South Wales 1998
  • PhD  Sydney University 2004

Current projects

  • Grazing management systems
  • GrazingApp development

Recent publications

Please refer to Dr Badgery's Google scholar page or Researchgate page.

Professional associations and activities

  • Member of the NSW Grassland Society

Fields of research

  • 050104 Landscape Ecology
  • 070301 Agro-ecosystem Function and Prediction
  • 070302 Agronomy
  • 070306 Crop and Pasture Improvement
  • 070101 Agricultural Land Management

Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC)

Keyword/phrase list of research interests

  • Grazing management
  • Native pasture
  • Pasture Cropping
  • Serrated tussock

Contact details

Phone: (02) 6391 3814
Location: Orange Agricultural Institute, Orange