Todd Woodard – mitigating dry seasons with good decision-making

Season 1, Episode 2

Todd Woodard – mitigating dry seasons with good decision-making

Todd Woodard is the managing director of Peel Pastoral, a 2900-hectare grazing enterprise at Wrattonbully in South East South Australia.

Todd talks to Drew Radford about mitigating the impact of dry seasons and the importance of developing systems that help producers make good decisions early to not only improve production, but also reduce anxiety.

In operation since 1976, Peel Pastoral currently runs 1400 black angus cattle and 4000 composite ewes, with a focus on regenerative farming practices including time-controlled grazing, biological farming techniques, and low-stress stock handling.


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