Our client’s LV Pastoral recently appeared in the Stock Journal, on 8th May 2014.
Click here to read the article about how they are incorporating technology into their daily operations.
“I think being a your person, you’re very used to technology and the lingo associated with it.”
Our client’s John and Annie Ramsay are competing in the MLA challenge, along with 6 other meat producers from around Australia aiming to improve their businesses.
You can follow their challenge via the MLA website and also on twitter @johnramsay43. We encourage you to vote for John and Annie and read some of their blogs.
Our clients Greg Bradfield and John Cameron recently hosted the field trips as part of the Grazing Master Class with Dick Richardson. An article about the Grazing Master Class appeared in the Tasmanian Country paper on 16th August 2013. Click here and flick to pages 10-11 for the article by Karolin MacGregor.
“Whenever there’s a system it becomes repetitive and that leads to simplification in nature, nature hates simplicity and hates repetitiveness, it wasn’t built around that.”
Our client’s Liz Chaplin and Heidi Radcliff recently appeared in the Tasmanian Country paper, on 16th December 2012. Click here and flick to pages 12-13 for article by Roger Hanson.
“Two North-West farmers not only broadened their horizons, but have had a unique experience on a study tour in Europe and the Middle East.”
Our client Rob Henry recently appeared in the Tasmanian Country paper, on 16th November 2013. Click here and flick to pages 14-15 for article by Karolin MacGregor.
“Poppy meal was once considered waste and ended up as landfill. But innovative grower Rob Henery has found it works wonders as a fertiliser.”
Our client’s John and Dianne Fowler recently appeared in the Tasmanian Country paper, on 9th November 2013. Click here and flick to pages 16-17 for article by Roger Hanson and photos by Roger Lovell.
“John and Dianne Fowler play an equal role in the family farm partnership with John concentrating on the day-to-day running of the farm and Diannne focusing on contributions to community and administration of the farm’s books.”
- “Corea” is a family owned property located 50km East of Hamilton and 17km South/East of Dunkeld.
- Soils -20% heavy black soils (swamp country) and the balance clay over loam (Red-gum country).
- Pastures are a mixture of phalaris and native grasses on the heavy black soils, and improved ryegrass/phalaris/clover on the clay over loam soils.
- Self replacing merino sheep, self replacing Hereford cattle, small cropping operation, small trading operation are the key enterprises.