Im looking at purchasing a property that is a bush block with some type of gum tree forrest, they are not the huge gumtrees but i would say medium tree not sure if its because they are young or that it the type of tree. I know i will need to identify the trees for more specific information, but after some general advice experience of others. The block has clay and rocky soil, there is a lot of litter under the tree area and there is no current growth of other plant types on the ground underneath. Is there hope for this soil and situation to be turned into a food forrest and fodder for my goats, rabbits, ducks and chooks. I dont want to go and make a big investment only to find that there is not much that can be done to turn it into productive land. Clearing of the gum trees will not be an option due to restrictions. Thanks for any advice or your own experience.