Case Studies

Feb 11 2021
Feb 11 2021

Have you been following with great interest the story of Wilmot Cattle Co. and Microsoft? Then, this online Carbon Forum with Stuart Austin, who runs Wilmot Cattle Co. is for you Watch this online exclusive forum, where Stuart Austin of Wilmot...

Dec 08 2020
Dec 08 2020

Stuart Austin is the kind of grazier who likes to strike a balance. When it comes to the properties under Wilmot Cattle Co. - a duo of grass-fed beef farms nestled high in the stunning New England Tablelands in...

Nov 30 2020
Nov 30 2020

A D2C (Direct-to-Consumer) business model is often a win-win for all parties. As consumers become increasingly aware of their purchasing decisions, they are influenced by a growing number of things. These include: nutritional benefits, carbon impact and ethical process...

Dec 04 2019
Dec 04 2019

For Jess & John Bidgood, utilising MaiaGrazing’s farm management software has enabled them to undertake strategic management of pastures and stocking rates and be dynamic enough to sell or buy cattle based on sound data ahead of market moves. Jess...

Mar 07 2019
Mar 07 2019

The team at Rehoboth Farm in Clinton, New Zealand, have big plans for the next 12 months, including growing 10,000 kg of dry matter per hectare per year and producing better forage and grain crops, with significantly less input,...

Feb 24 2019
Feb 24 2019

Pat Thomson, Assistant Manager at Durham Bison Ranch, Wyoming USA One of the largest bison herds in the USA graze on 55,000 acres of land that is Durham Bison Ranch, Wyoming. Col Feilen of MaiaGrazing recently paid a visit to this...

Jan 07 2019
Jan 07 2019

What does Greg Bradfield of Musselroe Beef love about living in his local area? “It’s Tassie!” he said. No more explanation needed. Greg’s family owned business operates across three properties totalling 5,500 hectares with over 4,000 head of cattle. He...

Nov 27 2018
Nov 27 2018

Mick and Kirsty Wettenhall “Weemabah”, 3650 hectares, Trangie, Western Plains NSW Beef cattle, cereals and legumes cropping Average rainfall 475 mm NSW mixed farmer Mick Wettenhall runs a beef and cropping enterprise near Trangie, on the Western Plains of NSW. Mick joined...

Sep 07 2018
Sep 07 2018

Andrew and Meagan Lawrie “Moora Plains”, 3,500 hectares, Gogango, Central QLD Beef cattle trading with 1200-1400 head of cattle Average rainfall 615 mm Queensland beef cattle producer Andrew Lawrie was already a committed user of grazing charts – but when Maia...

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