Australia is looking to its farmers to bolster the amount of carbon held in soil as part of its plan to become carbon neutral by the middle of the century, but it is not clear to what extent carbon could become a commodity.
Stuart Austin, General Manager of Wilmot Cattle Company, notes subtle changes in the landscape each time he shifts cattle to fresh pasture at the 1854-hectare-property on the Ebor Plateau of Northern NSW. Native plants are emerging and the pasture biomass…
Alasdair Macleod’s Macdoch Ag Group purchased Wilmot, in the New England region of NSW, with the dream of finding a better way to graze. With an early career in the financial sector and a family background in farming, he saw great potential…
For Wilmot Cattle Co, it was a shift in grazing management philosophy that was instrumental to turning the beef production business around to becoming a more productive and financially resilient business and as a consequence has radically improved the ecological health of their soil….
⭐️ Found Safe and Well! Thanks to social media, and Dawn!⭐️LOST DOG**Please Share**Kelly went missing yesterday morning while mustering on the Macintyre River near the end of Querra Ck Rd, east of Elsmore Rd. She is a pure Black and Tan kelpie bitch w a red collar. Guyra, Tingha, Elsmore, Inverell area. If seen or found pls call 0467708163. ... See MoreSee Less
🌏 EARTH DAY 🌏Our Vision: Restoring the ecological function of the landscapes we manage, profitably.Today is an important reminder that why we do what we do, and how we do it, is so important. It is so much more than running a profitable business and producing food. It’s about the whole ecosystem, soil, plants, animals, and people. Everyday we seek to capture as much of earths natural resources, sunshine and rainfall, to restore the health of our:👉 soil👉 waterways👉 pastures and vegetation 👉 animals👉 peopleto enhance biodiversity, ecological function, natural capital, and our bank balances of these inventories, as well as financial. Most importantly, the product of our management is the healthiest, most nutrient dense protein, that has contributed to restoring ecological function. Put simply, livestock are very much a part of the solution to climate change, not the problem. It is my hope that we all are making conscious decisions to play a part, no matter how big or small, in reversing some of the unintended consequences that have occurred as a result of the growth in the population of our species. ... See MoreSee Less
⭐️ Contract Fencers ⭐️Looking for a contract fencing crew for a considerable sized project, spread over a few years, at our Inverell property. Will be a mix of ring lock and multi wire fencing. Steel end assemblies. Pls tag yourselves in the comments below 👇👇 or send me a PM or text w your name and phone number, 0467708163. ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks Jezza! 🙌🙌This week we have had the absolute pleasure of hosting Jez at Wilmot for a weeks work experience. Jez is from TAS and his family are also nearly neighbours of ours at Morocco. It’s been a massive week here and he hasn’t missed a beat, from drafting 1,200 heifers on Tuesday, preg testing 600 on Thursday, then loading 3 B Doubles and spending the rest of Friday moving cattle around the farm he was pretty buggered last night. Jez has been a pleasure to have stay w us too, having a great time w Harry, and being exceptionally helpful in the kitchen! An absolute credit to you both Steve and Soph! Thanks Jez, I hope you learnt a lot and we look forward to seeing you back here in the holidays. ... See MoreSee Less