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In episode 25 of the Biological Farming Roundtable Nakala explores the natural intelligence of the dung beetle, and how to establish a dung beetle corridor. She also speaks to regenerative farmer Rodney Bacon about how he used good old inginuity to build his own compost extractor. The post Episode 25 – How to build a dung beetle corridor and compos…
 
Nakala and Shelley speak to northern Victorian dairy farmer Jodie Hay about the driving forces behind her family’s decision to rethink their farming system. The post Episode 24 – A journey to biodiversity and risk management appeared first on NutriSoil.Biological Farming Round Table による
 
In episode 23 Nakala speaks to Jane, whose unique skills are helping regenerative farmers expand their mindsets so they can unlock barriers to reach their potential and the world of infinite possibilities. The post Episode 23 – Unlocking Your Infinite Possibilities appeared first on NutriSoil.Biological Farming Round Table による
 
Cane farmers Alan and Jenny Lyn from Ingham in northern Queensland speak openly to Nakala Maddock from NutriSoil about the positive impacts traffic control and multispecies cover crops are having on their production system. Alan and Lyn discuss the stabilisation of their soil structure, abundance of worms and plant available nitrogen thanks to perm…
 
Today’s episode is with dairy farmers Andrew and Linda whiting who farm 600acres, in Simpson Victoria with 800mm annual rainfall. With me is Shelley Scouller, Nutrisoil’s new Communications extraordinaire. Andrew and Linda Whiting were share farming when they decided to become self-start dairy farmers 18 years ago. They bought a dairy farm which ha…
 
Today’s episode is with our long term friends Paul and Wendy Weymes, who operate a broadacre grazing property from Tarcutta, NSW. 2017 to 2020 was a tough a tough drought, the toughest they had experienced on their farm. This episode talks about what they experienced coming out of that drought and the tools they chose to use. Co-hosting with me is …
 
Today’s episode is a book review with John Kempf, who has recently released a NEW book, Quality Agriculture. This episode is FULL of new science in soil, animal, food and human health. John is founder of Advancing Eco Agriculture, a plant nutrition and bio-stimulants consulting company in the US. He is an agronomist, host of the Regenerative Agricu…
 
Today’s conversation is with David and Ruth Read from Wootcote Farms, a 823 Ha regenerative grazing property in Perry Bridge Victoria. We discuss the natural processes they use to build health and productivity on their farm and in their life. We talk through how to make a compost extract system, a liquid inject system and their successes with pastu…
 
Today’s conversation is with Anthony Thomas and with me co-hosting is Dr Charles Massy. We recorded this podcast in March when we were there for the Three Springs Biological Farming Roundtable. Anthony and Geraldine Thomas farm approx. 8000Ha in the North Midlands of W.A at Three Springs. Anthony and Geraldine operate Hill Padua Polls, breeding mul…
 
Today’s episode is with Cane Farmer, Michael Waring from Ingham, QLD. This podcast was recorded at the 2019 Regenerative Cane Farming Forum in March this year which is being repeated this year in March 2020 in Cairns. David Hardwick and Michael Waring are the contact for this event and details to register are below. In this episode Michael tells us…
 
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