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Brenton's Agri Blog

Crimped Marc – a proven stock feed solution

The trial data is in! Crimped grape marc can help farmers minimise methane emissions and increase profits.

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Spring Break or Spring Broke?

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?

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Jack Frost – a not so welcome visitor

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...

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Cost effective Feed Solutions for Dairies

On farm trials demonstrate Steam Distilled Crimped Grape Marc as a viable supplement in TMR (Total Mixed Ration) dairy systems.

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Removing the Grape Marc Stigma

Brenton Mengersen here, Ag Sales Rep for Tarac Technologies.

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Evaluation of Grape Marc as an undervine mulch

GRAPE marc, an organic fertiliser option not commonly used in the Riverina is on trial in 2012.

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Agricultural Products from Steam Distilled Grape Marc (Dom)

Tarac Technologies was established in 1930 by ex-CSIRO scientist Alfred Allen at his home in the heartland of the Australian Wine Industry – the Barossa Valley, South Australia. Today Tarac treats over 120,000 tonnes of fresh grape marc, more than 40 million litres of liquid waste and approximately 7,000 tonnes...

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Merit in grape marc blends

It is still early days for soil conditioner TPR, but Lyndoch’s Neville Kies is pretty happy with the results so far.

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TPR Trials

Much of Australia’s soils are truly ancient in comparison to the rest of the world delivering farmers challenges not encountered elsewhere.

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Feed the Soil, Feed the World?

Is generational change really upon us regarding farming practices or has technology finally started to reach the point where it enables todays farmer to do what the great majority have always desired to do on the scale required to make a difference?

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