Broadacre

Broadacre Cropping

Compost can improve overall soil health when incorporated into the soil or surface-applied as a soil conditioner. Despite differing in nutrient requirements, crops such as wheat, barley, oats, maize, canola, lucerne and sorghum can all benefit from the addition of pasteurised and composted organic materials. Read more...

Pasture Cropping

Fertiliser is one of the main inputs and costs in pasture production systems. Inorganic fertilisers are becoming increasingly expensive and are often inefficient. On average only about two thirds of the nutrients in inorganic fertilisers (N, P and K) actually go to the plant1. Read more...

Case Studies 

Whitings Farm

Andrew and Linda Whiting run dairy cows on their 300-acre dryland farm at Simpson in the Western District of Victoria. Annual rainfall in the region is approximately 760mm and the pastures, on sandy loam soils, are predominantly ryegrass and white clover with some sub-clover. Read more...

Glenmar Dairy

Adrian and Sue Young own Glenmar Holsteins, a dairy and stud in Glencoe, near Mt Gambier in the south east of South Australia. They milk around 300 cows and their stud has produced multi-award winning dairy cattle. Read more...