Carbon and Agriculture

Grazing management and building soil carbon

Why soil carbon is important

The document is about the value of building soil carbon in grasslands for conventional livestock and cropping production purposes. It has nothing to do with the marketing of soil carbon, should such an opportunity ever emerge. For the purpose of the discussion ‘grasslands’ includes areas where annual grass crops such as oats and millet (ie either cool season or warm season species) are sown and actively managed for grazing.

Grazing principles and What not to do, click on the below link and find out about building carbon on your land.

Grazing and Soil Carbon.pdf

Who are Holistic Results

We believe that success comes about by purposefully managing the biological complexity of whole situations in a structured way, a way that fully takes into account the uniqueness of every situation and location.

Bruce Ward

 Bruce has been an executive and a director of publicly listed companies in Australia and not-for-profit companies in both Australia and the USA. He is currently a director of several Australian land management companies and a partner in a UK based land management organisation.