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Australia’s top-tier lucerne exporter is preparing to take on growers in the US from next year following a green light for the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal. Pasture Genetics, which has crops at Virginia in Adelaide’s north, produces seed products for export. Pasture Genetics international business manager Sean Coffey said the introduction of the Trans-Pacific Partnership […]
The 140 year-old neo-classical Sydney Town Hall was the grand venue for this year’s Rabobank Leadership Awards dinner, drawing farmers and business guests from across Australia. The event, widely considered the agribusiness sector’s night of nights, saw about 200 attendees celebrate this year’s emerging leader, Anna Speer’s award win, while Helen Geltch and family members represented leadership award winner, Jim Geltch. […]
Lionel Willis and son Daniel, “Gloaming”, Tumbarumba, talking Cavalier spineless burr medic with Pasture Genetics, Southern NSW Territory Manager, Tom Robertson, Albury. Click here to read in full. Click here to connect with Pasture Genetics territory manager Tom Robertson. Image: Courtesy of the Land. Originally published: Photos from the Henty Machinery Field Days RACHAEL WEBB […]
A farmer who turned a community issue into an innovative business has won the Pasture Genetics National Fodder Innovation Award at the Royal Adelaide Show. Kadina farmer Brenton McRae won the award, which was offered for the first time in the show’s 178-year history. With an overflowing dam in Kadina creating problems for the community, […]
[…] Kadina farmer Brenton McRae won the inaugural National Fodder Award, supported by Pasture Genetics, which contributed proprietary seed product worth $3000 and a one-on-one on-farm agronomic consultation. By setting up a catchment dam, Mr McRae maximised his property’s production while also dealing with Kadina’s excess stormwater problem. Click here to read in full. Click here […]
A Yorke Peninsula farmer who turned a community issue into an innovative business for his farm has won the Pasture Genetics National Fodder Innovation Award at the Royal Adelaide Show. The award was presented to Kadina farmer Brenton McRae by Pasture Genetics Research and Technical Services Manager, Tom Damin. It is the first time in the Show’s 178-year […]
South Gippsland dairy farmer Paul Kent has mastered the art of establishing a mixed perennial pasture sward utilising Pasture Genetics varieties. The key component to this custom blend is Balance Chicory. Mr Kent wasn’t satisfied with the persistence from pure perennial rye-grass stands, particularly on his undulating country, so he developed his own pasture renovation […]
Pasture Genetics is the nation’s largest producer of forage seed legumes for the domestic and international markets. Launched in 1997 and based at Wingfield, Pasture Genetics is committed to scientific innovation, capitalising on the South Australian climate, our abundance of underground irrigation water, suitable soils, sunshine, and growing expertise, becoming known as the most reliable […]
Entries from throughout SA, and one or two interstate, have been going under the eyes of judges ahead of the Royal Adelaide Show’s grains and fodder competition. Grains and fodder committee chair Bill Rowett, Allendale East, said the overall entry numbers of 230 were good, albeit down slightly on last year, but hay entries had risen. New […]
The 21st biennial Eyre Peninsula Field Days provided a great showcase of the region and the latest in farming technology […] The event featured more than 450 exhibitors […] Click here to read in full. Click here to connect with Pasture Genetics Territory Managers Rehn Freebairn or James Cook . Image: Pasture Genetics Territory Managers Rehn […]