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

By Jamie Brown
Updated August 15 2018 - 12:23am, first published August 9 2018 - 7:30pm
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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