Personalised property visits for tailored grazing solutions

Personalised property visits for tailored grazing solutions

When Sue and David Walmsley purchased Walm-ley in 2009, the 214 hectare Droughtmaster cattle stud was in poor condition. The soil was compacted and eroding, and its pastures were degraded. Walm-ley is just 6 km south of Injune and bordered by Injune Creek. It was clear its land condition had to improve so the Walmsleys grazing business would be sustainable, and their valuable soil would not be washed away and onto the Great Barrier Reef.

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