Windy Station making breeding and technology changes for the future

Lucy Kinbacher
November 12 2019 - 4:00pm
Windy Station manager David Lee oversees the running of the combined properties, Windy Station and Warrah, which comprises of a self-replacing beef herd and dryland cropping. Photos: Lucy Kinbacher
Windy Station manager David Lee oversees the running of the combined properties, Windy Station and Warrah, which comprises of a self-replacing beef herd and dryland cropping. Photos: Lucy Kinbacher

Unprecedented seasonal conditions in recent years have transformed many beef operations across New South Wales including the 21,400 hectare Windy Station operated by Romani Pastoral Company near Quirindi.

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Lucy Kinbacher

Lucy Kinbacher

Editor - Queensland Country Life/North Queensland Register

Raised on a cattle property at Biggenden, Lucy Kinbacher has spent 10 years working across metropolitan, regional and rural publications in both Queensland and NSW. Lucy has been the editor of the Queensland Country Life and North Queensland Register since 2021.

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