Tag: Fertiliser

Tag: Fertiliser

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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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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Soil Testing: What is it and why is it important?
Image March 18, 2016 Chicken Litter,Farming,Rural Services,Soil Care Charmaine Acworth

Why Soil Test? – Report by Agronomist Tony De Vere… The ultimate goal for soil testing is profitability. You want to know what investment in fertiliser will give you the best dollar return. Achieving and maintaining soil fertility is important for sustaining an acceptable level of crop production & quality.

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John Clothier: Christmas Creek Pastoral Company
Image December 16, 2015 Chicken Litter,Farming,Rural Services Charmaine Acworth

John Clothier is the owner and manager of Christmas Creek Pastoral Company, a 147 hectare property 20 minutes south of Beaudesert.  As well as providing agistment services to thoroughbred race horses, he also runs 200-300 head of beef cattle.  For his cattle feed, he plants rye grass in winter and millet and sorghum in summer,

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Contemplating Chicken Litter?
June 16, 2015 Chicken Litter,Rural Services Marion Arthy

CONTEMPLATING CHICKEN LITTER?…  When chickens are raised on the ground in broiler houses, a layer of material (usually fine wood shavings) is used to cover the ground to provide a suitable surface for the birds. This litter absorbs much of the faeces (manure) produced by the birds.  It may also contain spilt chicken feed.  The chicken

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