Planned grazing gives pasture a chance to respond after the first rain

By Jamie Brown
Updated August 15 2018 - 10:23am, first published August 10 2018 - 5:30am
Tim Wright "Lana" via Uralla has spent the last three decades making his farm more resilient to drought using a system of internal fences and watering points so cattle and sheep can be moved on with paddocks allowed to rest.
Tim Wright "Lana" via Uralla has spent the last three decades making his farm more resilient to drought using a system of internal fences and watering points so cattle and sheep can be moved on with paddocks allowed to rest.

A late July rain shower on the north west slopes near Armidale, all six millimetres in the gauge, had the desired effect for long-time rotational grazier and holistic management advocate, Tim Wright, “Lana”.

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