The Turichs have found that by having the ability to control cattle access, they can manage sediment run off and water quality on their property.Read More
Adele and David O’Connor run two mixed grain and grazing properties near Springsure, managing a combined total of almost 16000 acres of land.
The country is dominated by bluegrass, with some mountain undulating country and patches of virgin brigalow.
Adele and David share the reasons they got involved in Grazing Best Management Practices (BMP) program, and the positive changes it has brought.
Winemaker turned grazier Brian McGuigan got help from FBA through a Reef Rescue grant to improve the profitability and sustainability of his Dumbarton Station property near Middlemount by moving to a rotational grazing system. He divided his large paddocks into smaller sections and made changes in herd management, such as resting paddocks.Read More
Dangarfield is the jewel in the crown of Dangarfield Cattle Company’s operations, which includes five properties in the Taroom – Wandoan area.
Fourth generation grazier Ben Adams owns and operates Dangarfield, which has been in his family since 1947.
This video shares Ben’s story, and the work he was funded by FBA to do to restore his landscape.