💡 Do you have a spare moment to fill out a quick farming survey?
Help out a PhD researcher from Southern Cross University below! 👇👨🌾FARMER SURVEY . 👋Hello, Soil lovers! . Our dear friend Mathew who is taking up PhD Research at Southern Cross University is asking for a few minutes of your time. He is conducting an investigation about farmers’ practices and other related issues. . 👨🌾We would appreciate it if you could take 20 minutes out of your busy schedule and complete the survey via the link below.👇 . 🔗https://scuau.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_dgu0VsHOIo4l7qm . 💚Thank you very much! ... See MoreSee Less
Are you a rangelands producer looking to upskill in your grass management? 🐄🌱
As a part of the Rangelands Living Skin Project, RCS - Resource Consulting Services will be running a grazing clinic in Bourke next year!🎉 On March 8-10 you can refresh the basics, get your hands dirty and develop more practical knowledge to take back home.
Grazing sheep and cattle together has a number of benefits; in particular, allowing different grazing behaviours and feed preferences to optimise paddock management
In our new Mundarlo case study as apart of the 8 families group, the Austin's use a variety of grazing practices to create a more flexible and resilient business and landscape. Learn more about their practices below as Nick Austin discusses grazing management, water and fencing infrastructure, weed management and how the Holistic Management framework guides their decision making.
Chickens can be little soil legends, supporting profitable enterprises, regenerating soil and offering healthy food for local communities 🐓 🥚
Some of the key things to consider when integrating chickens (and other poultry) into your enterprise include selecting appropriate breeds, and deciding what sort of paddock rotations to implement. To learn more about the chicken game, Soils for Life recently visited three farmers at different stages of building chicken enterprises.