Cattle Talk, Comfrey Balm & Potato Bags...

CATTLE TALK How do you become an overnight success in the cattle show ring? Talk to Kat, she's got a knack for it. On their Oswald farm they used to agist horses, but then decided to move onto cattle as a lower maintenance way to keep their abundance of lush green stuff cut short. I have the impression that no matter what she turned her mind to she'd be good at it. In this instance Kat chose to breed Limousine cattle. After a thorough and extensive search for the best breed, including tours of QLD cattle studs (apparently those QLDers are very hospitable, she never had to stay in a hotel, it was just like being part of the family, including being asked to tuck the kids into bed!), she locate

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We are gardeners, farmers, and first time producers of our own backyard fodder, who meet monthly to learn about living and growing sustainably in the Hunter Valley and surrounds.

Secretary (Barbara): 0402 052 248

 

Mailing address:
60 Oswald Lane, Oswald 2321 NSW

 

hunterorganicgrowerssociety@gmail.com

All members receive free entry to field days, one free workshop per year, our monthly newsletter and that good feeling that you're a part of positive change.

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