Multi-species forage cropping - F.A.R.M Agronomy

The team at F.A.R.M (Farm Agronomy and Resource Management) help primary producers achieve long-term sustainability, productivity and profitability by implementing regenerative agriculture practices.

Increasing biodiversity is one of the strategies they encourage their clients to adopt to improve land resilience and plant and animal health. One of the ways that graziers can increase biodiversity is by introducing multispecies forage crops.

In this video, agronomists Jess Bailey and Claudia Benn explain the benefits, considerations and how to implement multi-species forage systems.

For more information about multi-species forage cropping, get in touch with the team at F.A.R.M Agronomy, or read our in depth explainer.