How We Farm

Regenerative Agriculture

Our paddocks are managed organically through no-till and holistic grazing techniques. By rotating our cattle regularly and intensively onto fresh pasture, we are working to sustainably regenerate soil and soil life. In the process we are adding more crop diversity to our pastures naturally. Not only does this increase the health of our animals, it also works to sequester carbon in our ever-increasing top soil … so it’s good for you and the planet! 

No Nasty Inputs

We are passionate about leaving the planet in a better state than it is now. Our holistic methods are shaped by our organic approach to animal handling, food production and land management. 

Chemical free, hormone free, antibiotic free. We do not use any chemicals or interventions, in order to build a resilient herd. This results in healthy, nutrient dense meat, the way it should be. 

Our beef is grass fed, grass finished. They are not fattened up on grain! Our cows eat grass, various forage, hay and help themselves to our self-serve mineral station – allowing them to get what they need and nothing more. 

Animal Connection

We care for our animals as humanely as we can, giving them the best lives possible, valuing their input into the ecosystem we are creating, their companionship, their contribution to our farm family and the nutrition that they provide us at the end of their lives. All the animals have names and are given the respect they deserve.

Quality of Life

Maintaining low stress levels of our animals ensures a higher quality of living for them and a higher quality of meat. It is well documented that the stress levels of the animal significantly impacts the quality of the meat. We try to minimise this by always having relaxed interactions with all our animals. 

Permaculture Ethics

We truly believe in the three primary ethics of Permaculture - Earth Care, People Care, Fair Share.

We're constantly aiming to have a positive impact on Mother Earth, our customers and the wider community. From caring for and regenerating the farm, to the energy we use, to recycling, the food we grow and buy and community involvement. If we all have only our fair share, then there is enough for everyone, and there will continue to be for generations to come.