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  1. Carly Noble

    Carly Noble New Member

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    Hi Im Carly and I run and own Parkside Run Farm. We are small organic sustainable farm that prides upon producing food of high nutritional quality and quantity. We have black pure bred Suffolk Stud and fine merino sheep. We have also have Australian Low Line Cattle. In the past we have had crops of canola and hay in but this year we have put a crop of red/white clover in. I'm qualified in Horticulture and have worked with soil, propagation and native flora. I believe in old farm practices for improving soil and eradicating weeds. Cheers
     
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    Hello Carly and Welcome,

    Thank you for sharing with us what you are up too. It must feel so good to know a whole field is planted with clover. I would love to hear more about what you have done and what you are up to. Where are you located?

    Grace
     
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    Hi Carly,
    Sounds like you've got quite an operation! Have you looked into Joel Salatin's methods? Crops and livestock must make for some busy times throughout the year.
     
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