Regenerative farming means 100% natural farming practices, very little machinery, zero cropping, protecting native grasses, no chemicals, no glyphosate, no antibiotics, no hormones. We care for native plants, trees and all animals that occupy the land, supporting the natural ecosystem of Lake Eyre in Central Australia.
Regenerative farming relates to natural ways of farming to sequester carbon into the soil. Managing stock levels so as not to over farm the land. Managing the ecosystem including native trees and waterways to prevent erosion and top soil disappearing from wind and rain. Using technology to monitor soil and water quality, to improve management practices and to grow the best beef cattle in Australia.
While stock roam freely for thousands of miles, there are daily checks to ensure cattle are kept healthy and have adequate water. Water tanks and troughs are strategically located as cattle roam freely and graze so they are stress free and happy whilst having an abundance of fresh clean water, from underground water stores.
Due to the vast distance herds travel, helicopters are used to check on the welfare of the cattle. Satellites and Telemetric Information Systems are used to monitor water levels in drinking troughs. Shade and shelter areas are provided for cattle adjacent to drinking areas to rest and restore their energy levels. There is a natural alternative to everything we do.
Eating well raised animals is a special occasion to be celebrated. Nose to tail eating allows us to honour the animals we cared for and grew, to provide us with all the vitamins and minerals, peptides and nutrients that nourish our whole being.