On the Farm - The Good Dirt

Share local farmer stories and project activities.  Previous editions can be found below./

June’s On the Farm – The Good Dirt features forward-thinking farmer Ian Dickson from Longwood who uses mustard to produce fuel for is vehicles, as seen in June North by NorthEast Magazine.
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David Freeman’s approach to managing soil pH, compaction and hill country for a fine wool clip.
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Soil Carbon and Organic Matter - myths and realities for soil management.
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Gun shearer and long-time Ruffy farmer, Stan Artridge shares his approach to balancing soil, pasture and animal health and the value of patience.
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Soil conservation officer Kerri Goschnick reflects on 30 years of changing land management.
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SWG soil biology trial at Paul Fleming's.
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Farmer-led demo sites in the Goulburn Broken.
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Norm and Christine Crawford, Broadford hill country management.en.
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Creightons Creek organic farmers Nev and Carol Bredden.
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How does your pasture grow? Soil pits at Strathbogie.
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Stuart Belcher, Euroa, convention versus innovation.
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Neil Harris, Costerfield, on cation exchange capacity.
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Scott McKay, Highlands, improving ground cover on steep hills with land class fencing.
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Strathbogie Tableland Landcare alternative fertiliser trials.
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Mick and Rowena Ellis, Mansfield, on soil testing and growing capers.
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John Kelly, Euroa, on soil testing, weighing cattle and joining the dots.
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