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Wheatbelt to be home to regenerative farming

ASX LISTED company Wide Open Agriculture (WOA) has announced it will be expanding regenerative beef production at its East Kulinbah property in the Perenjori Shire in Western Australia’s Wheatbelt.

Rotational cattle grazing on fodder shrubs and perennial grasses could provide both access to regeneratively produced Wheatbelt beef while dramatically improving local soil health.

Rotational cattle grazing on fodder shrubs and perennial grasses could provide both access to regeneratively produced Wheatbelt beef while dramatically improving local soil health.

The company's food brand, ‘Food for Reasons' has developed multiple lines of healthy snacking product prototypes, all of which include key ingredients from crops and livestock grown by regenerative farmers...

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A growing series of reports, each focused on a key discussion point for the farming sector, brought to you by the Farming Ahead team.

A growing series of reports, each focused on a key discussion point for the farming sector, brought to you by the Farming Ahead team.

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Research Report: Grouper Bins (July 2024)

This month's Research Report from Kondinin Group looks at a range of Australian-made grouper bins which can make a big difference when it comes to input logistics on the farm.

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Research Report: Carbon Calculators (June 2024)

Farming Ahead's June Research Report compares two carbon calculators which can be used by grain growers.

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Research Report: High Horsepower Tractors (May 2024)

Kondinin Group has rounded up some real broadacre muscle in this Research Report - looking at 447kW (600hp)-plus tractors.

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Research Report: Sheds (April 2024)

Sheds play a vital role in farming, offering shelter and protection for people, machinery, livestock and valuable inputs like chemicals and fertiliser.