Darryl Domer and Carlos Meier both live in a farming community in northern New South Wales. They compared two land management methods to test the impact on productivity and pasture health which is essential to maintaining livestock production at sustainable levels. After analysing the data from the 2,300 hectare cattle farm where the 17-year-olds live, Darryl and Carlos found the cell grazing method was more effective.
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