Grazing Naturally principal Dick Richardson during a workshop at Pallamana Station, near Charters Towers.
Regenerative Grazier Network hosts Grazing Naturally’s Dick Richardson
The Collinsville Region Regenerative Grazier Network is hosting Grazing Naturally principal Dick Richarson this month. He is providing land management and animal performance support to the group.
Dick Richardson is in the BBB during the first week of October to visit the properties in the Collinsville Region Regenerative Grazier Network. Discussion topics will include pasture budgets, stock flows, business decision points and market influences.
Due to Covid-19, the network’s group meetings have until now been held over Zoom. Landholders are pleased Dick has been able to make the long drive from South Australia via the Northern Territory (adhering to Covid-19 safety measures) to meet with them face-to-face.
The tour has been made possible by LDC in collaboration with the Stomping Out Sediment Project which is funded by the Australian Government Reef Trust Phase IV program.
LDC has partnered with Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) to develop two Producer Demonstration Sites (PDS) to improve business productivity and profitability outcomes. More information on the two sites, here.