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Wheat in on time
We planted a few fields of wheat over the first 10 days of May, right on time. Why wheat? Its the stepping stone to...
Cotton Update – tough stuff
Not quite as exciting as last season, but a real learning experience about what we can achieve on good starting moisture. Its been a...
As the sun sets on a huge winter crop harvest, Peter and I recognize how big the job was – far greater than we...
Chickpeas – The Motherload
Excellent results for the season, with yields above 3 ton/ha and historic high prices, make this the best chickpea crop we’ve grown in 25...
Chaser bins carry the harvest
This 60 ton haul-out cart from Coolamon Steelworks is a chaserbin on steroids. Along with the 36 ton tracked bin, both have helped to...
Stripper pushes capacity
Its rare to find a leap in productivity of this magnitude. We bought this Shelbourne 42ft stripper head to maximize stubble cover, and capture...
Transition between seasons, as winter crop harvest approaches and summer cotton springs from the ground. We’ve planted Bollguard 3 dryland cotton on 2.4 metre...
We also grow wheat, but at current pricing, its hard to get excited. We should be happy knowing it’s heading for record yields not...
With wild turnip out of control in our chickpeas, and limited options for spraying, a different approach was needed to target the weeds without...
Our chickpea crop is looking good. With 80mm of rain for September, our spray management has been critical to stay on top of fungal...
You know its dry when………
I found this koala in the chickpea crop. He must have...
Well, harvest is upon us once again. After a tough dry...
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