Graziers lead by example through proactive planning


Graziers lead by example through proactive planning

Being able to easily demonstrate that they are managing their grazing enterprise in a way that protects the environment, ensures their cattle are healthy and meets workplace health and safety obligations was a driving factor for Richard and Adele Acton’s decision to complete Grazing Best Management Practice (Grazing BMP) and become Accredited Producers.






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Blue Carbon Webinar –

Join Blue Carbon Lab and WeAct on 18th August 5:30pm […]

Aug 18 2022

Carbon Farming and Regenerative Grazing – Banana

How to regenerate cropping land to establish Leucaena and healthy […]

Aug 22 2022

Improving Pasture Productivity – Capella

Improving Pasture Productivity for Sustainable Grazing in the Brigalow Bet […]

Aug 23 2022

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