As we near the end of harvest and head into a fallow period prior to sowing summer crops, effective weed management is key to ensure soil moisture is preserved. Grain Central reported that “removing summer weeds in the months after winter crop harvest will be one of the biggest contributors to improving water use efficiency, minimising soil nutrient losses and reducing disease carryover for 2019 crops.”
For over two decades BROOKFIELD have lived by their brand “Farming the Future” as they have designed, tested and manufactured machinery built for the farming sector. This year however BROOKFIELD is unveiling a product that has been specially designed for the viticulture and horticulture industries alike and they are proud to introduce the CROSSBAR 20.
Market prices for lambs have continually been hitting records this year and hay and grain prices have more than doubled due to the severity of the drought. Producers are being challenged to weigh up the options of feedlotting lambs and how profitable that may be with input costs rising and feed sources becoming unpredictable in supply.