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Regenerative Farming Practices

Many Industrial agricultural techniques such as deep tilling and an overuse of chemical fertilisers and pesticides, have diminished the soil’s natural ability to capture carbon from the atmosphere. This means that the CO2 that would normally be drawn down into a healthy, carbon-fuelled soil, is now staying in the atmosphere and contributing to the warming planet. 

By using regenerative practices, we aim to improve soil health and function, reboot plant activity and enable nature to rebalance our property. Regenerative techniques include using cover crops and perennials to protect the soil, no tilling, no pesticides nor synthetic fertilisers, and multiple crop rotations which include bringing grazing animals to the land in ways that minimises their footprint.

Regenerative agriculture also offers many benefits beyond carbon storage, in that it also increases the soil’s water holding capacity, reduces soil erosion, protects the purity of groundwater and sets up the grasses to thrive and to become more disease and pest resilient.

At Segla, we desire to be part of this change, by practicing sustainable and regenerative farming practices wherever possible.

Breed Characteristics

The Red Angus breed offers many high quality and consistent traits, including the cow’s carcass structure and quality, maternal characteristics, calving ease, and moderate size. In addition, the Red Angus offer uniformity, good disposition, and an outstanding appetite.


Why do we prefer Red Angus at Segla? The red colour of the Red Angus brings together three significant advantages for the animal.


  1. Red provides a continuity and uniformity of colour that is more heat tolerant than black, thus providing greater comfort to the animal.
  2. The bronze pigmentation gives great resistance to eye cancers and sun burn.
  3. The Red Angus breed also carries no diluter genes and thus avoid problems associated with crossbreeding that can occur with other crossed breeds.

For more information contact Roy Johnson 0417 437 276