Here’s Anna Coughlan with Graeme Hand, CEO Stipa Native Grasses Association
At the 7th Stipa conference members took time out to visit the Coughlan’s.
And it’s all because of native perennial pastures and strategic grazing that they are now farm stress-free.
When they realised the lack of control and uncertain future that they had when cropping they stopped and turned to cattle.
The secret is understanding the value of native pastures and planning for long rest times.
The more paddocks, the longer rest period, the more bomb-proof the enterprise becomes.
You can read the whole report from Weekly Times News: Happy in Holbrook with native pastures