Fodder & agistment for fire affected producers

We have great admiration for the resilience, strength and adaptability of our farmers in challenging times, but as impact of these recent fires has shown, good management cannot always protect from the extremes of nature. People are in need of help but often don’t know who to ask.

We have been inspired by customers like Andrew Freshwater, who recently offered to take on livestock from fire affected places nearby as donated agistment.

We applaud this great offer during exceptional times, and are being approached by others reaching out to either offer assistance or asking for help, so we have found some resources that may be useful in this challenging time.

Similar to Andrew’s offer the Victorian Farmers Federation have set up a facility to connect farmers who would like to provide or are in need of agistment. We have also found some other livestock and recovery services that you may find useful.

We will monitor for other emergency agistment noticeboards in other states and update this article as we find them. Please contact our Support team if we can help in any way during these difficult times.

Recent Articles

The Right Call: Critical Decision Making for Profitable Grazing

01st June 2020

[bs_btn value="Register for Webinar" href="https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/5715904553778/WN_r73AXm8ERqqFscDVXp9eNg" target="_blank"] Building resilience whether you’re in or out of drought is key to protecting your... Read More

How Paddock Design Impacts Grazing

28th May 2020

By Colin Feilen We hosted Jim Gerrish from American GrazingLands again today on a very popular webinar, Paddock Design 101: Planned Grazing Fundamentals in... Read More

Uncovering a Champion Innovator

25th May 2020

By Col Feilen Early in May, we launched a new series called Champions of Grazing Innovation to celebrate those in... Read More

It’s Time Graziers Gain Economic Leverage

22nd May 2020

By Bart Davidson  It was an absolute pleasure for us here at MaiaGrazing to host Dallas Mount, CEO of RMC (Ranch Management Consultants/Ranching for Profit) today... Read More

Managing Early Spring Grazing

23rd April 2020

Guest Author: Jim Gerrish, American GrazingLands Services Spring has arrived in the northern hemisphere, and it’s a beautiful time... Read More

MaiaGrazing Annual Field Day 2020

27th February 2020

400 farmers explore regenerative grazing methods at the MaiaGrazing Annual field day 2020 Stay tuned for the event replay and... Read More

Better Grazing Management Seminar

20th January 2020

MerinoLink, Local Land Services & MaiaGrazing Hosted Seminar The event included industry leaders, Jim Gerrish, Bart Davidson & Matt Crozier... Read More

MaiaGrazing Scholars - Grazing Management for Targeted Animal Performance

20th December 2019

MaiaGrazing Scholars Webinar Replay What was covered? Grazing Management for Targeted Animal Performance https://youtu.be/Oa0CshKMZFw Jim Gerrish - American GrazingLands Services Grazing management to achieve... Read More

Delivering 100% grassfed cattle despite drought conditions

04th December 2019

For Jess & John Bidgood, utilising MaiaGrazing’s farm management software has enabled them to undertake strategic management of pastures... Read More

The Wool Growing Data Dive Webinar

05th November 2019

Unlocking Opportunities to Improve ROI Bart Davidson did a deep dive into the wool growing data within MaiaGrazing' extensive data... Read More