Sustainability

Building a sustainable future for all our families in mind

Whether we are looking at making better choices for our future; or at increasing yields, we are committed to finding achievable sustainable solutions to the challenges our future may bring. 

The following key sustainability principles guide decision-making for all of our cattle andland management and future commodity projects.

Our approach to sustainability
01

Maintain biodiversity 

Integrate ecosystem services with agricultural practices. 
02

Develop water efficient practices 

Best management practices will serve as examples for efficient, climate-smart and adaptive water management. 
03

Intelligent agricultural practices 

Match pasture/crop and livestock type to micro-climate, including water availability, temperatures and soils. 
04

Minimise carbon footprint 

Offset all GHG emissions through positive agricultural practices. Work towards net zero water and net zero carbon development. 
NEWS & INSIGHTS

Recent sustainability initiatives and perspectives

Contributing to sustainable change. Whether we are looking at increasing yield in our breeds or land, we are committed to finding achievable sustainable solutions to the challenges the future will bring.

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Innovation & Sustainability
Jul
1
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2020

A journey into finite bounds of groundwater and sustainable land management

Groundwater is an important water source in Australia for a wide range of purposes, including agricultural irrigation practices which account for just over half of all groundwater used by Australians
Innovation & Sustainability
Apr
20
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2020

Solar powered GPS tagging for efficient and accurate herd tracking

For optimal operations across current and future farms, we have taken advantage of a new kind of GPS tagging that allows us to remotely track and trace our cattle over long distances, even in remote areas without mobile coverage.
Innovation & Sustainability
Apr
15
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2020

Innovations to drive down operational costs while increasing yield

Monitoring water points across our properties is a very time and resource-intensive task. Sometimes if a water point fails, it can mean that other land management or animal-focused projects can slip in priority.
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