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The overdue revolution in Australian agriculture: the force for and the barriers to change

Judy Brewer AO, speaks about her experiences as a beef cattle farmer and the transition of farming practices in Australia to be more socially, economically and environmentally sustainable

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The overdue revolution in Australian agriculture: the force for and the barriers to change

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06 Oct 2021, 10:00 – 11:00 BST

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About The Event

OxCAN presents a talk on the developments in decarbonising agriculture in Australia with Ms Judy Brewer AO.

Judy is a nationally recognised speaker in Australia on issues relating to the development of regional Australia as well as a leader in advocating for autistic adults and neurodiverse families,  She is a beef cattle farmer who is passionate about the land and seeks to bring understanding of animal welfare, nutrition, soil health and agriculture to those who have not had the opportunity to experience farm life.

Grossotto Poll Herefords integrates the production of beef cattle with other animals and land regeneration. Judy’s property is one of the first small farms to register for the production of soil carbon credits under the Australian National Soil Strategy, a world leading initiative aimed at reversing the damage done to Australian soils over time. Last year she received Churchill Fellowship to investigate Care Farming internationally with a view to further her open farming enterprise at Mudgegonga.

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