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from our families to yours


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from our families to yours


8 families

Welcome to the stories of 8 families. All of us use the regenerative farming principles of Holistic Management to produce beef, lamb and eggs free of antibiotics and hormones. Our stock eat nothing but the grass in front of them and in the process do a wonderful job of fertilising, watering and renewing the soil beneath them. 

Join us as we share our vision to produce beautiful food that heals the land. 

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                                                                  Yammacoona

                                                                  Yammacoona

                                                               Spring Creek

                                                               Spring Creek

                                                                     Bellvue

                                                                     Bellvue

                                                                  Mundarlo

                                                                  Mundarlo

                                                    Mt Narra Narra Station

                                                    Mt Narra Narra Station

                                                                   Trewalla

                                                                   Trewalla

                                                                  Bibbaringa

                                                                  Bibbaringa

                                                                Yabtree West

                                                                Yabtree West

                                                                  Willowlee

                                                                  Willowlee

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grazing in natures image


grazing in natures image


Holistic Planned Grazing

In the past, large herds of wild, migratory herbivores, like the wildebeest, zebra’s and springbok of the African savannahs or the bison and pronghorn of the North-American prairies, grazed, fertilised, trampled and tilled the soil as they moved along in their search for fresh grass. These great herds were kept together and pushed along by predators following in their wake. By doing so, these herds prepared the land for new grass growth leaving behind a protective layer of trampled vegetation, dung and soil, building organic matter and deepening plant roots. A natural cycle, millions of years old, in which both animals and plants have evolved into the current herbivores and grasses which only really thrive in each others presence.

On our farms, through planned rotational grazing, we try to mimic this natural interaction between grass and grazer by creating larger grazing mobs and keeping them together with the use of (temporary) fencing. The health and resilience of our farms is directly related to the abundance and diversity of its plants, microorganisms, insects, birds and other animal species. Plant diversity on our properties has increased with many species of native cool and warm season grasses, flowering forbs, shrubs, and trees while bare ground and the amount of space between plants have declined significantly.

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Food as nature intended


Food as nature intended


The beef, lamb and eggs we produce are completely free of hormones and antibiotics. The animals are fed nothing but the grass in front of them and are not confined to small areas for feeding purposes. This creates food that is natural, healthy and with great flavour.

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