We invite you to join James Barnet on Tuesday 23rd June 2015 at the ‘Wilgamah’ Bollon Keep In Touch (KIT) day.
KIT days are an opportunity for you to gather with like-minded people on a property in your region to discuss and learn how to apply the skills from RCS workshops to your land types and production systems.
Thank you to Dugald and Fiona Cameron for hosting what will be a jam-packed day.
- Tree clearing – does it really promote more grass?
- Rotational grazing and other drought management strategies
- Managing feral animals – exclusion fencing and other methods
- Ways to reduce labour and other costs at mustering time including ‘self mustering’
Dugald and Fiona and their two boys live on ‘Kanowna’, south-west of Bollon, Qld. The property is 36,000 acres of a larger 100,000 acre aggregation and ranges from black soil to lighter red country. The KIT Day will take place on their neighbouring property called “Wilgamah” which is 33,000 acres.
Their enterprises include sheep trading and wool production, cattle breeding and agistment and goat production, which are currently managed on a rotational grazing system across the properties.
The Cameron’s focus is on managing, maintaining and increasing the profitability of their business by adapting their strategies in accordance with seasons, market conditions and requirements.
RCS KIT days are free to attend (BYO chair, lunch and water).
We look forward to seeing you there!