Madeleine Stuchbery, 26 March 2022
A unique pastoral company has set their sights on carbon neutrality by 2028 — without compromising profits.
Take two million hectares of land.
Regenerate the soil and pasture, and run cattle in a ‘grass motel’ style beef operation, designed to give processors more control and better prices.
Open up the enterprise to investment opportunities to secure the future of food security and environmental stewardship in Australia.
And finally, make sure you do all this in just five years.
That’s Packhorse Pastoral Company’s unique approach to farming: a broad, albeit it ambitious plan to revolutionise broad scale agriculture in Australia.
Read more about Packhorse’s grass motel model; regenerative practices and carbon neutrality at: Packhorse Pastoral: Making money from soil and pastures | The Weekly Times (weeklytimesnow.com.au)