Winner of Excellence in Agronomy Award
Carbon Farmers of Australia presented their awards last week, rewarding outstanding achievement in fields of carbon farming, regenerative agriculture, emissions reduction and carbon trade. Soil Management Systems won a “National Carbon Cocky Award for 2019”. The award is for excellence in cutting edge agronomy. To say that we are thrilled is an understatement. The award recognises the many years of helping farmers to gain more understanding of their soils with a program of helping them to be more productive.
National Carbon Farming Conference, Albury NSW
The National Carbon Farming Conference was held in Albury, NSW August the 5th through to the 8th with around 400 farmers present. This four-day holistic education program is one of a kind in our country. This expo had over 30 industry experts and had such topics as climate-friendly carbon farming demonstrations and industry guest speakers. Brenton presented at the conference on “Subtle Soil Degradation”, the cause and what must change to bring our soils to life.
One of the highlights was the “Soil Management Systems 2019 National Carbon Cocky Awards Gala Dinner”. It was at this dinner that the Carbon Cocky award was presented to winner Peter Yench from Cobar, by Managing Director Brenton Byerlee of Soil Management Systems.
Excellence in Agronomy
Our passion is to help farmers find solutions to improve their soils. We still insist that the first part of the journey is to start with a comprehensive soil analysis. This is an independent soil test that will reveal where the balance of your soil nutrients are at and what is required to bring them into balance so that crops and pastures are more healthy and robust and biological life can function more effectively.
To find out more information about The National Carbon Cocky Awards visit Soil Management Systems would love to hear from you and discuss your soil needs.