Field days to look at grazing trials established 2019 – Free

“Barego”, Evandale on Wednesday 27 October 2021. 10am – 2pm. Book here

“Beaufront”, Ross on Thursday 28 October 2021. 10am – 2pm Book here

One of the main barriers to changing your grazing management is determining the combination of recovery, stock density and plant utilisation.

The field walks will demonstrate some of the combinations that have been shown to increase soil health in Tasmania.

You will also learn how to quickly and easily determine if your land health is heading in the right direction.

The trials were part of grazing workshops run in September 2019, and are showing positive changes in pasture health, density and diversity.  

Lunch is provided so please RSVP by booking

The project was funded by the Federal Government’s Smart Farms Round 2.

Financials in Focus

Is chasing production reducing your profit?

* Design a profit plan that will keep your business on track
* Identifying the risks in your farm and business model
* Create a farm business that cares for profit and the land and your family

Three online sessions over three weeks.

8 Nov 21 – Designing profitable farm businesses

5 Nov 21 – Developing your business profit plan

22 Nov 21 – Implementing your profit plan

Free for RANT members

$30 for non members. Book here
Each ticket covers a household/business

Managing Run Country and Native Grasses to Increase the Productivity of Perennial Pastures

Co-designing trials with landholders to increase the density, diversity and productivity of the perennial grass component of run country and native grasslands . The design process began in September, trial sites established October. with workshops early in 2022.

Kindly hosted by the Cotton family at “Kelvedon”, Swansea & Simon Cameron at “Kingston” Conara.

Regenerative Agriculture Mentoring Program (RAMP)

Are you looking for fail-safe methods to regenerate your farm using grazing animals, that will you guarantee success?

The Regenerative Agricultural Mentoring Program (RAMP) is a 12 months intensive mentoring program to support you to develop a grazing plan and clear pathway forward to regenerating your land and farm business.

The coaching program includes weekly webinars for 12 months on all aspects of profitable regenerative grazing, and email contact to support your plans and the implementation of your practices.  The program involves practical exercises to ensure your success.

The ramp programme is subsidised by Holistic Management International to lower the cost from $2500/ annum to $1500/ annum.

We can guarantee that if you follow these steps and process that you will be successful in regenerative grazing.

For more information:

Graeme Hand checking out decomposing litter on the soil surface in Brazil. June 2019

Natural Sequence Farming ~ an Introduction

with Stuart Andrews, Tarwyn Park Training

December 2021

It’s all covid dependent at this stage, but watch this space!!

Click here to view Stuart and Megan’s farm

“Regenerating Land and Lives”
Conference 2022

Like our 2019 conference, topics will focus on outcomes and how to achieve them:

  • Building soils
  • Holistic grazing
  • Cropping while increasing soil health
  • Making change with ease
  • Gathering evidence of success

Two days of sessions including:

  • Welcome gathering
  • Women’s breakfast
  • Workshops
  • Case studies
  • Guest presenters from U.S.
  • Conference dinner

Past events

Grass, Grass & More Grass, Field day with Marshall Roberts and Graeme Hand

“Vallyefield”, Glen Huon. 26 September 2021

Marshall and Meredith shared how they manage their beef grazing operation to never run out of grass, while increasing their land health and function and remaining profitable.  This is a great opportunity to see a whole of farm demonstration of holistic grazing. 

RANT AGM and Farm Walk

Farm walk to look at grazing trials established in 2019. Followed by the 2021 Annual General Meeting and a “where to from here” session at Chris and Shelley Cocker’s merino property, “Barega”, Evandale . Sep 2021

“Building Resilient Farming Systems ~ How to Implement Regenerative Grazing and Cover Cropping”

Series of 3 workshop and weekly webinars, plus seasonal face to face cuatchups to build community around resilient, low risk grazing operations. May 2021 – Mar 2022

Agfest Dinner with Marshall Roberts

Beef farmer, Marshall Roberts will be sharing his transistion to holistic grazing. A warts and all look at changing practices.

“Designing Stable Profits with Regenerative Agriculture” with Graeme Hand

Online workshops with Graeme Hand, April 2020

“Cover Crops Uncovered ~ Building Soil Health and Animal Performance” with Colin Seis and Graeme Hand

Annual General Meeting and Farm Walk & Talk at Mountain River Beef 14 September 2019

Webinar “Cover Crops Uncovered ~ Building Soil Health and Animal Performance” with Colin Seis and Graeme Hand. 29 October 2019

Workshops – 5-12 November 2019, Wynyard, Westbury & Cambridge

“Regenerative Grazing for Soil Health and Profit” Workshops
with Graeme Hand

9 September 2019 – Red Cow Organics, Oldina
10 September 2019 – “Fermer”, Westbury
11 September 2019 – “Beaufront”, Ross November 2019 – Geeveston

Webinar “Regenerative Grazing for Soil Health and Profit” with Graeme Hand 27 August 2019

Regenerative Agriculture Conference 4 – 6 June 2019

Launceston, Tasmania – Speakers included Charles Massy, Mark Gardner, Graeme Hand, Colin Seis, Peter Raynolds, Grant Sims, Robin Tait

Agfest Field Machinery Days. RANT was hosted by the Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers site. 2-4 May 2019