Our 100 acres at Little Billabong is our very own haven, away from the fast-paced hustle and bustle of society. A place of serenity where we are doing our best to operate a bio-diverse, ethically motivated farm. A place where we are continually evolving and exploring what works and what doesn’t, based on our environment, and what fits for us. We currently have on the farm a small herd of various cattle, including miniature White Galloway and Jersey cows, dairy goats, a few bee hives and of course, our flock of hens producing the most delicious, freshest pasture raised eggs you will have ever tried!
Keeping life simple and enabling others to enjoy real food produced ethically.
On our farm the animals’ welfare is at the forefront of all our operations. This means we keep our hens in mobiles vans, ensuring they are not overstocked, and moved every 3-5 days to give them fresh pasture to scratch around. We do not dehorn our goats or remove the kids from their mums. We milk once a day which enables the babies to stay with their mums until the mums have had enough. We are very interested in adopting regenerative farming practices and our honey bees, cows, chickens and goats contributes to the diversity on the farm.
We are striving to practice sustainable farming practices, incorporating regenerative practices where we can, that will in turn assist in growing the food to sustain our family.