What cattle and sheep farmers are doing

Meet Helen Stoate, an inspiring woman from a cattle station in Western Australia. Hear about her passion for her animals and land that they both call home.

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    Dandaragan Organic Beef

    There are two carbon sequestration pilot trials on the farm which are measuring how much carbon perennial grasses...

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    Susan Dowling

    We are thankful we have the opportunity to live the best of both worlds surrounded by open spaces which...

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    Casey Dahl

    A sustainable production system, like ours, is dependent on caring for the land, and adjusting what we do to suit it.

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    Dandaragan Organic Beef

    There are two carbon sequestration pilot trials on the farm which are measuring how much carbon perennial grasses...

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    Susan Dowling

    We are thankful we have the opportunity to live the best of both worlds surrounded by open spaces which...

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    Casey Dahl

    A sustainable production system, like ours, is dependent on caring for the land, and adjusting what we do to suit it.

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    Prue Capp

    I believe in the importance of caring for our wonderful land for future generations.

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    Smithfield Feedlot

    The Smithfield Feedlot is a highly progressive, dynamic, inter-generational family business operating a number of...

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    Tim Eyes

    The Australian beef cattle industry is my passion and livelihood.

What you can do

Chef and restauranter Justin North shares his passion for the sustainable use of beef and lamb, and why he supports Target 100.

  • Get a compost bin or worm farm for your fresh food kitchen waste and use this to fertilise your garden.

  • You can make your own stock by using leftover beef and lamb, bones and vegetables.

  • If you’ve made too much for dinner, don’t throw out your leftover beef or lamb.

  • Get a compost bin or worm farm for your fresh food kitchen waste and use this to fertilise your garden.

  • You can make your own stock by using leftover beef and lamb, bones and vegetables.

  • If you’ve made too much for dinner, don’t throw out your leftover beef or lamb.

  • Save the left over cooking juices from roast meat to make gravy to freeze for another time.

  • Even with the best of intentions, it’s not always possible to plan your food needs exactly. Use your freezer to preserve foods you are unable to consume before the expiration dates.

  • Fresh herbs are an easy way to make your meals more interesting and add more flavour.