Wellington's Geoff and Carla Taylor turn to confinement feeding for their sheep

Lucy Kinbacher
January 10 2020 - 1:00pm
Just six weeks ago the Taylor family installed a containment feeding establishment after attending Local Land Service information days and speaking with neighbours. Photos: Supplied
Just six weeks ago the Taylor family installed a containment feeding establishment after attending Local Land Service information days and speaking with neighbours. Photos: Supplied

Wellington's Geoff and Carla Taylor received just half their average annual rainfall last year but it didn't stop them from achieving one of their best lambing percentages thanks largely to genetics and management tactics.

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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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