Category: Soil Care

Category: Soil Care

Did You Know – No job is too big or too far! Our New Spreader Truck
Image May 24, 2018 Chicken Litter,Fleet,Rural Services,Soil Care Charmaine Acworth

No job is too big or too far!  We are very proud to announce the newest addition to our fleet. Our new spreader truck changes the game when it comes to the broad acre application of many products [chicken & feedlot manure, lime, gypsum, Natramin and organic fertiliser blends to name just a few].  Fully

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Did You Know… We Can Build Custom Soil Treatments!
Image June 18, 2017 Farming,Rural Services,Soil Care Charmaine Acworth

Building Custom Soil Treatments. As well as spreading chicken litter, we can also supply, deliver and spread bulk lime, gypsum, dolomite, crusher dust and micro-elements such as zinc, boron, copper etc.  We have been achieving great results from the mixing and spreading of custom fertiliser blends (“brews”), as part of a complete soil care plan based

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Rahane Pastoral Co Pty Ltd
Image December 4, 2016 Chicken Litter,Farming,Rural Services,Soil Care Charmaine Acworth

Rahane Pastoral Co Pty Ltd Colin and Jackie Clarks’ journey into holistic biological farming. On a steamy morning, sunlit and heady after the first of summer storms, a leisurely drive took me on a journey through the undulating farm land that is Oaky Creek in South East Queensland’s Scenic Rim.  I was warmly welcomed by

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Healthy Soils Information Day
Image August 5, 2016 Farming,Rural Services,Soil Care Charmaine Acworth

Our very first Healthy Soils Information Day was held on the 28th July.  Thank you to all who attended.  We hope you enjoyed the day and gained some valuable information to take away with you. For those who didn’t make it, our guest speakers

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Fire Ant Awareness
Image August 5, 2016 Chicken Litter,Farming,Rural Services,Soil Care Charmaine Acworth

Fire Ant Awareness The environmental, agricultural and social impact. The following information has been sourced from the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries Website. Fire ants are one of the world’s most invasive species. If they establish permanently in Queensland they will ruin our way of life, and have serious health and environmental impacts. Everyday activities,

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