Is balancing ecological gains with finding a path to profitability a concept that you’re still figuring out?
Then, watch this panel discussion with change makers in the Australian regenerative agriculture community
As a regenerative farmer, the Path to Profitability can be fraught with challenges. But the difference between stumbling blocks and stepping stones is how you use them. So to help you along the way, MaiaGrazing hosted an online panel discussion to uncover the ways that three change makers are improving profits alongside ecological gains.
Sam Trethewey, Tas Ag Co.
First, we welcome Sam Trethewey, who was featured as one of MaiaGrazing’s 2020 Champions of Grazing Innovation. Alongside his wife, Steph Trethewey, Sam launched a regenerative Wagyu product to market this week. Find out how this emerging operation is entering the premium meat market while championing cattle farming as being “part of the solution” to fight climate change. Watch the trailer.
Grant Hilliard, Feather & Bone
Secondly, we welcome Grant Hilliard – one-half of a dynamic husband and wife (Laura Dalrymple) team of an inner-west Sydney butchery. Find out why Feather & Bone is “proud to be slow” and how it is increasing the value of whole, pasture-raised animals sourced directly from regenerative local farms.
Chris Balazs, Provenir
Last but not least, we welcome Chris Balazs, co-founder and CEO of welfare-focused mobile abattoir, Provenir. Provenir eliminates unnecessary stress on livestock associated with live transport to the processors by bringing the abattoir to the farm.
Sara Schmude, Natural Capital Analyst of Impact Ag will be moderating the panel
With over two decades of experience in sustainable land management and regenerative agriculture, Sarah now leads a variety of natural capital projects including soil carbon projects, biodiversity assessments, and development initiatives. Additionally, Sara is the founder of the ‘Regenerative Agriculture Group‘ Facebook page with over 18.8k members from around the globe.