I cannot do justice to the sweet hospitality of this young family. Our
Savory Institute journey group is here to learn about the improvements they have experienced using the holistic management techniques. The grass is thick, lush, and tender – rested paddocks are ready for consuming.
Regenerative farm owner and operator, Jose, (who is also a holistic management instructor) gave us an excellent overview on how they’ve managed their farm and improved the sward and healed the soil substantially in only 6 years using managed grazing of cattle and sheep.
Elizabeth, also owner of the farm and a holistic management instructor keeps all the balls in the air on this stunning cattle and sheep farm/pastured egg laying/horse trekking/firewood gathering/wildlife viewing/fly fishing/mountain biking/yurt accommodation/HMI training site. Oh, did i mention she also is raising 2 wonderful little children as well as training interns who show up from around the world to help on the farm?
How about a unique stay on a working farm?! And talk about a view! Excellent fly fishing available here on the edge of the Simpson River. Contact Elizabeth at Fundo Panguilemu.
Lookout Paddock provides excellent overview of paddock layout. Note cattle and sheep grazing in lower left paddock.
For my Missouri friends, you will be surprised to know that many of the grasses and forbes are the same as what we graze. This is a photo of the rose bush that we also have growing, but no multiflora rose here.