Caring for the natural ecosystem of our farm and minimising our impact on the environment is a high priority for us. Our family has farmed this land for the last 120 years and we want to make sure this farm can continue to produce food and provide a home for thousands of native creatures for many more years.
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- Ahh the colours and patterns of silage season. One cut down, 🤞plenty more to come. Silage is #fermented pasture. We mow and collect the lush spring pasture, pack it tightly into a pit to remove as much of the oxygen as possible and let it ferment in its own juices. Once preserved like this it can last for years. It's like kimchi for cows! #pasture #fermentedfoods #fermentation #silageseason #silageI love watching our cows munch through a paddock of pasture. Today it's lush spring pasture, tomorrow those fresh nutrients will be made into someone's coffee, culturing into a delicious block of cheese or tub of yoghurt. . . #paddocktoplate #culturedfoods #latte #cheese #yoghurt #awesome_gippsland #farm365 #rural_love #aussiefarmers #aussieag #ruralaustralia #total_rural #kuntrygram #rurallife #farmsnaps #farmlife #countrylife #farm #cows #vache #vacas
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