SOILS FOR LIFE GALLERY

PHOTOS FROM INSPIRING PROPERTIES APPLYING REGENERATIVE LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES

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Wyndham Station

12,500 hectare sheep breeding/sheepand cattle trading enterprise, near Wentworth NSW, run by Angus, Kelly and Mitchell Whyte.
Demonstrator property as part of our Western Division Resilient Landscapes Project
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View across the ephemeral lake on Wyndham StationAreas of claypan on Wyndham Station are reducing through the regenerative practices being appliedLow Stress Stockhandling techniques assist with managing large mobs of stock
Animal disturbance & fertilisation of claypan provides a germination opportunity for plantsTroughs are more effective than dams, providing cleaner water and being able to be turned off to discourage and minimise the impact of kangaroos and feral goatsFodder has improved and increased sufficiently to support a mob of cattle, which in turn provide improved fertilisationSheep are grazed in large mobs to provide disturbance of any areas of claypan and allow other paddocks to be restedOpportunity wheat crop on an ephemeral lake
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Gilgunnia Station

10,000 hectare Dorper sheep breeding enterprise, near Cobar NSW, run by Ashley and Carolyn McMurtrie.
Demonstrator property as part of our Western Division Resilient Landscapes Project
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Regenerating red soils assisted by water-spreading contour banksGroundcover regeneration due to total grazing pressure managementObvious groundcover improvements in the managed paddocks (right) where feral goat access is restrictedDorper sheep are suited to the conditions and produce a greater profit than feral goat harvestingTrapyards catch feral goats to remove them from the property, sales fund further TGP fencing
Feral goats in the trapyardWater-spreading contour banks slowing the flow of water after a 25mm stormWater-spreading contour banks slowing the flow of water after a 25mm stormVegetation diversity increases in the managed landscapeProperty owner Ashley McMurtrie shows Soils for Life his initial 'test' paddock, which now has full groundcover of pasture grasses
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Gunningrah Field Day - Feb 2014

'When is a dry dam a good dam?' Field Day on case study property Gunningrah, near Bombala NSW
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Charlie Maslin addresses participantsMichael Jeffery (right) talks with participants during morning teaCharlie Maslin (second from left) mingles during morning tea
Grazier and academic Charlie Massy talks with a Field Day participantA leaky weir holds water higher in the landscape
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Coombing Park

Grazing property near Carcoar NSW run by George and Melinda King. Images of 3000 cattle moving paddocks under Holistic planned grazing.

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Understanding the Landscape Workshop - Jillamatong

Soils for Life Workshop on case study property Jillamatong, near Braidwood NSW.
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Dukes Plain

7900 hectare certified organic beef breeding enterprise, near Theodore QLD, run by Shane and Shan Joyce.
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Dukes Plain Field Day

'Managing Rainfall for Production Outcomes' Field Day on case study property Dukes Plain, near Theodore QLD.
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Milgadara

1182 hectare cropping, grazing and compost production enterprise, near Young NSW, run by Bill and Rhonda Daly.
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Milgadara Field Day

'Growing Soil, Growing Life' Field Day on case study property Milgadara, near Young NSW.
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Gunningrah

4200 hectare mixed cattle, sheep and goat enterprise, near Bombala NSW, run by Charlie and Anne Maslin.
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Beetaloo Station

1,054,700 hectare beef cattle property in the NT Barkly Tablelands, run by the Dunnicliff family.
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