2019 we took the leap…
From regenerating the river, creeks and remnant vegetation we fell into farming the land we thought we would semi-retire on. Life happened… we didn’t like what we saw…. we had to be the change we wanted to.
In May 2019 Jorn seeded a mixed fodder crop of Ryecorn, Massive Oats, Vetch, Subclover and Barley. We applied one dose of single super – the land was a heroin addict for the former high inputs nasties that most farmers spread with ease.
To get us started we intially ajisted the neighbours sheep. This paid for the seed and now we have purchased our own sheep.
We see that regenerative agriculture is the kind easy to farm. Healthy landscapes, healthy animals, healthy people
What We Do
Sheba our 11 month old sheep dog having a bath and a drink of water from the bird bath… as you do…
Healthy happy sheep in our healthy mixed fodder
Jorn seeding the fodder crop May 2019. This year seed volunteered itself. So happy to have green pastures from mid Feb 2020
May 31, 2020
were still out feeding their sheep…. many still are….
Our backyard abundance
I am no gardener however our fruit trees and vegetable garden just gives and gives
- Pictures tell the story… plant them and they grow….Time has been kind, we have turned grey into green by simply ‘doing it’.
- Tone Rd Regen Looks GreatEveryone who drives past our place from town first comes across our #WarrenCatchmentCouncil regeneration project first planted in Sept 22, 2017 and later added to. Well it is just over two years old and a great peaceful place to wander … Continue reading
- Landcare DrivewayCrazy where time actually wanders! We had great fortune a few months ago. We were the lucky recipients of a further 500 seedlings for one of our front regeneration projects from the Warren Catchments Council. This prompted us to think about our … Continue reading