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Did you know?.. Pasture Genetics has been exporting its premium pasture seed since 2004.
Happy Easter from all of us here at Pasture Genetics! If you are travelling this long weekend, please stay safe on the roads. Our Easter and Anzac Day trading hours are: Thursday 8.30 – 5.00 ACST Good Friday to Easter Monday CLOSED Tuesday 8.30 – 5.00 ACST Wednesday 8.30 – 5.00 ACST Anzac Day CLOSED […]
Australia is a land of extremes, highlighted over the last year of droughts and floods. However, in this time of adversity, the usefulness of lucerne on many farms across the country shines. As the most frequently grown and highest yielding perennial forage legume crop across the globe, lucerne is highly efficient, producing more protein per […]
The sun was out, and the perfect weather drew in the crowds of more than 30,000 for the 2019 41st South East Field Days. It was a hot and dry but a pleasant couple of days of low 20’s with a bit of early fog, indeed an encouraging sign that hopefully, the season is not […]
Today, Federal Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, Senator Simon Birmingham visited Pasture Genetics Penfield Research Station at Virginia to meet with the media and discuss how the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal will benefit this South Australian business and thousands of other businesses across SA and Australia. “It’s great to be here at Pasture Genetics, […]
The inaugural 2018 Forbes PA & H Association Pasture Competition took place at this year’s 143rd Show. On Thursday, September 27, judges Tom Dwyer, Forbes PA & H Association, Guy Webb, AgriWest Rural, and Matt Gould, Landmark, named Jack Farthing of Forbes, the winner. Jack took out the prize with a cracking pasture blend, sown […]
Pasture Genetics proudly sponsored the Wagga Wagga Quick Shear, part of the Wagga Wagga Show, on Saturday, September 8. Pasture Genetics gifted a $300 voucher to be reclaimed in seed through a local retailer, to a local farmer Brendan Halden, who provided 100 sheep to the event. Now in its second year, the competition attracted […]
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 on Tuesday afternoon. It is the […]
On Monday, August 13, the Honourable David Ridgway MLC visited Pasture Genetics Penfield Research Station at Virginia, South Australia. Greeted by general manager Rob Damin, international business manager Sean Coffey, and research and technical services manager Tom Damin, David was guided through Pasture Genetics’ seed treatment plant, fully accredited export facility, and trailblazing trial site. […]
On Thursday, August 9, Pasture Genetics had the pleasure of hosting first-year agriculture students from the University of Adelaide’s Roseworthy campus. Over 40 students, hailing from both Australia and overseas, furthered their knowledge of pasture species, production systems, pasture management, and livestock performance. The student’s current-semester curriculum focuses on pasture production in the Australian environment […]
On Wednesday, July 18, Pasture Genetics national key account manager Adam Little presented to a group of 25 vineyard owners and operators. He introduced Pasture Genetics SOWsmart® specialist blends for viticultural and horticultural enterprises, as well as some new products in Pasture Genetics’ range, like Smart Radish. Pasture Genetics Smart Radish is a market leading […]