Cropping benefits from Waratah exclusion fencing

Cropping benefits from Waratah exclusion fencing

These New South Wales cropping operators have received huge productivity increases after erecting Waratah exclusion fencing on their boundaries which border the State forest.

Despite the large capital outlay, these broad acre farmers were pleasantly surprised about the relatively short payback period.

Simon Nowlan’s Glenesk property is a cropping operation growing canola, barley and wheat.

The Kumbudra property in Central West NSW adjoins the state forest and national park. Robert Grimm says kangaroos were using his crops as a forage source, causing massive production losses.

The two producers linked up to install the Waratah exclusion fencing with great success.

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This article was first published in The Fence magazine.