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VicNoTill's BRAND NEW PODCAST FARMERS HELPING FARMERS NOW LIVE!
Hosted by fifth generation Australian farmer and VicNoTill president Dan Fox, ‘Farmers Helping Farmers’ asks the tough questions and, most importantly, give the honest answers.
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VicNoTill's BRAND NEW PODCAST FARMERS HELPING FARMERS NOW LIVE! Hosted by fifth generation Australian farmer and VicNoTill president Dan Fox, ‘Farmers Helping Farmers’ asks the tough questions and, most importantly, give the honest answers.
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You can now download the Member Jungle mobile app and stay up to date with what's going on our membership group. You can update your membership details and also receive notifications about important event reminders, latest news and more. Visit the Mobile App page (under Membership) to find out more.
FRASER POGUE: From the pages of books to the silver screen
July 9, 2021
This story first appeared in Issue 62, the Spring 20120 edition of our member magazine From the Ground Up. We welcome new members, and your membership includes a copy of our popular magazine. JOIN NOW. By Melissa Pouliot In the winter 2016 edition of From the Ground Up, Ardmona irrigation farmer Fraser Pogue’s story began... FRASER POGUE: From the pages of books to the silver screen - 9th July 2021
FRASER POGUE: From the pages of books to the silver screen July 9, 2021 This story first appeared in Issue 62, the Spring 20120 edition of our member magazine From the Ground Up. We welcome new members, and your membership includes a copy of our popular magazine. JOIN NOW. By Melissa Pouliot In the winter 2016 edition of From the Ground Up, Ardmona irrigation farmer Fraser Pogue’s story began...
We are looking for new farmers to help us lead our national network of like-minded farmers. VicNoTill’s goal is to advance regenerative, biological farming systems and share knowledge and expertise in no-till and zero-till systems. Our network is spread across Australia and our farmers are managing their systems under a range of climate and environmental... Introducing biofertilisers to a no-till system - 9th June 2021
We are looking for new farmers to help us lead our national network of like-minded farmers. VicNoTill’s goal is to advance regenerative, biological farming systems and share knowledge and expertise in no-till and zero-till systems. Our network is spread across Australia and our farmers are managing their systems under a range of climate and environmental...
It is with mixed emotions that VicNoTill farewelled two of its valuable board members, Paul Oxbrow and Matt McKinley this year. Matt was our board’s first NSW member and joined in 2017, and we have appreciated his refreshing honesty as his approach to building a more resilient farming system has evolved. We took a look... Tribute to retiring board member Matt McKinley - 19th May 2021
It is with mixed emotions that VicNoTill farewelled two of its valuable board members, Paul Oxbrow and Matt McKinley this year. Matt was our board’s first NSW member and joined in 2017, and we have appreciated his refreshing honesty as his approach to building a more resilient farming system has evolved. We took a look...
Jason and Caroline Willis Dirnaseer, NSW Mixed farm, cropping and sheep Biological system since 2004 Below is an excerpt of a story which first appeared in Vic No-Till’s member magazine From the Ground Up, Winter 2020. We had some incredible feedback on the story, as did Jason and Caroline. If you would like to read... Farmer’s quest to find the right balance - 19th October 2020
Jason and Caroline Willis Dirnaseer, NSW Mixed farm, cropping and sheep Biological system since 2004 Below is an excerpt of a story which first appeared in Vic No-Till’s member magazine From the Ground Up, Winter 2020. We had some incredible feedback on the story, as did Jason and Caroline. If you would like to read...
We have just uploaded our latest webinar to VicNoTill’s YouTube channel. VicNoTill president Brent Rothacker and board member Tara Hindson catch up with Graeme Sait, CEO and co-founder of Nurtri-Tech Solutions, TED Talk presenter ‘Humus saves the world’ and internationally sought after presenter on links between soil, plant, animal and human health. Graeme travels the... Nutrition farming for broadacre - 23rd September 2020
We have just uploaded our latest webinar to VicNoTill’s YouTube channel. VicNoTill president Brent Rothacker and board member Tara Hindson catch up with Graeme Sait, CEO and co-founder of Nurtri-Tech Solutions, TED Talk presenter ‘Humus saves the world’ and internationally sought after presenter on links between soil, plant, animal and human health. Graeme travels the...
Stubble residue drives productivity. How? It reduces evaporation, protects against erosion and provides young plants with a better growing environment. A stripper front is a tool that maximises residue. Here’s a first hand account of Australian growers who are using stripper fronts, plus one South Dakotan farmer whose been using them since the early 1990s.... Residue to the MAX - 28th July 2020
Stubble residue drives productivity. How? It reduces evaporation, protects against erosion and provides young plants with a better growing environment. A stripper front is a tool that maximises residue. Here’s a first hand account of Australian growers who are using stripper fronts, plus one South Dakotan farmer whose been using them since the early 1990s....
• Toby Caithness, 340ha Bengworden • Trevor and Carryn Caithness, 1400ha Forge Creek • East Gippsland VIC • Cattle, sheep and cropping • Summer forage crops for cattle • Also own a fertiliser supply and spreading business • Using nutrients to balance soils for past two decades This story first appeared in From the Ground... Soil farming – a balancing act - 16th July 2020
• Toby Caithness, 340ha Bengworden • Trevor and Carryn Caithness, 1400ha Forge Creek • East Gippsland VIC • Cattle, sheep and cropping • Summer forage crops for cattle • Also own a fertiliser supply and spreading business • Using nutrients to balance soils for past two decades This story first appeared in From the Ground...


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