Patrick Francis email@example.com
Just read your article related to the SSP V Compost trial at Wongawibinda and agree totally. This seems the only result they wanted was to acknowledge that applying SSP for decades is still the right decision.
sadly we still have acid soils with low organic matter even after fertilising for more than 50 years and there was no mention of trace mineral deficiencies in the soil. After doing an number of soil tests in the New England region I am sure Boron, Zinc at least would be limited.
Possibly the other reason for the clover responding would be legumes like Sulphur !!
There many ways to get processing cost back under some control, My website describes a very different way of processing cull cows for export in small rural locations. Kill 80 to 480 a day and build a unit for well under ten million dollars. It has an description of how to send whole sheep and cattle to new emerging markets instead of live exports. The processing plant would be very cheap because there are very few toys in them and no need for a rendering plant. It also has a page about how Aboriginals, they could build their own accommodation and a plant while sufficient cattle were established in the bush country. They could ultimately produce and WW2 type corned beef in tins.
I am eighty, have skinned more than a quarter of a million cattle and similar numbers of sheep. I have worked in the production side of the meat export industry since 1966.
the side has a lot of reading and real drawings of the facilities I would use to change how Livestock Producers get rewarded for their efforts.
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