Brenton's Agri Blog
WASTE from the wine industry is being developed into aquaculture feed with highly promising results.
Tarac Technologies participated in a trial managed by Coomandook Agricultural Bureau with support from the SA Murray-Darling Basin Natural Resources Management Board and funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Programme.
Final report on using Grape Marc as a commercial feed additive in commercial settings released.
The power of natural antioxidants and other compounds derived from grapes was first offered to the public in the form of Tarac Vinlife grape seed powder in 2003.
Increased pressure on cost of production and acceptance of by-product use on farm and in commercial beef rations continues to grow.
Tarac’s Crimped Marc product, used by an increasing number of South Australian dairy farmers, contains fat in the form of grape seed oil and tannins, which occur naturally in grape skins.
The Farm300 program was developed by MLA to help cattle and sheep producers increase on-farm productivity and profitability while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
The trial data is in! Crimped grape marc can help farmers minimise methane emissions and increase profits.
October greets us with temperatures in the mid 30’s and the nervous question is on people’s mind -Have the heavenly taps turned off early again?
Jack Frost is in the vineyard, crunch, crunch, crunch His grip reaches along every tendril freezing every bunch He’s painting vivid patterns on every single leaf Burning them crisp, turning optimism into grief Again and again he strikes, every year somewhere new Oh wicked Jack Frost what are we to...