WHOLE FARM PLANNING

Infrastructure & agroforestry designs and management plans
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Visualise infrastructure layouts with a whole farm plan. Implement the right solutions for your operation. Ensuring objectives direct practice rather than your management choices being limited by infrastructure or set-up.

We provide a comprehensive whole farm planning & design service to help you get the best out of your farm and landscape.

Whole farm plans include multiple layers of information in order to create a holistic strategy for transitioning your farm to a regenerative one.

As part of the process you will learn to use a tool box of regenerative approaches, practical methods and effective technologies including the latest mapping and planning apps. These include: AgriWebb, Field Margin and Pasture Map.

Main Outputs

  • Whole Farm Plans
    • Infrastructure
    • Agroforestry
    • Management options
  • Infrastructure layouts for:
    • Fencing
    • Water
    • Power
    • Access
  • Agroforestry Designs, including:
    • Costings & bills of materials
    • Planting plans
    • Species selection
  • High Resolution Farm Maps
    • Drone aerial
    • Contours
    • Large format hard copy

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Regenerative agriculture courses & webinars for teams or farming groups

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Transition to regenerative agriculture
with expert support and advice

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FARM HEALTH
REPORTS

Interpretation & prescriptions for transitioning to regenerative agriculture

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@PaulWoldfarm Done right, in a well designed agroforestry system you can grow trees, producing timber, fruit and nuts and still produce as much wheat. Over and over again trials show that row crop yields increase due to a number of factors not least the symbiosis between tree and crop

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