Precision Pastures at Beef Australia 2024

Beef Australia 2024 (Rockhampton, Queensland)

When: 5-11 May 2024

Where: Rockhampton Showgrounds, ROCKHAMPTON QLD 4700

FREE daily smoko, events and presentations!

Heading to Beef Australia in Rockhampton this May? Don’t miss Precision Pastures’ FREE events including a range of events, presentations and information sessions dedicated to how producers can identify and solve soil health issues to optimise production and increase your soil carbon – for a fair price.

The Precision Pastures team will be at Beef Australia in Rockhampton from 5-11 May, exhibiting at site T27-T30 in the Ken Coombes OAM Innovation Precinct (inside in the Tech Yards). 

Plan your day or week around our events:

Daily Smoko Sessions – 10am, Monday to Friday

What? Profiling leading beef producers and professionals sharing their lived experience with soil carbon farming. 

Where: Come and enjoy free barista coffee and homemade savory smoko treats at 10am each day, at our site T27-T30 in the Tech Yards. 

  • Monday  – Will Heath, CEO Palgrove: Key determinants of soil carbon prospectivity.
  • Tuesday – Richard and Prue Post, Glenavon Angus Stud, Guyra: Critical decision to make before undertaking a soil carbon project.
  • Wednesday – Sam and Sarah Becker, Jarah Cattle Company, Banana: Softly softly. Starting out on the soil carbon journey in Central Queensland.
  • Thursday – Georgie Whalley, solicitor, Moin Morris & Schaeffer: Key legal considerations in soil carbon farming agreements.
  • Friday – Sam and Kirsty White, Bald Blair Angus Stud, Guyra: Co-benefits of soil carbon to beef production.

Carbon Conversations – ‘ACCUs — what to do with them’

Don’t miss our CEO Hamish Webb as part of the Carbon Conversations panel discussion: ‘ACCUs — what to do with them’. Hamish will join Terry McCosker from RCS/CarbonLink and Nick Thompson of Paradigm Foods on Thursday May 9 at 9am in the Tech Yards Cube. 

Hamish will be talking about all the options for what producers can do with their ACCUs – register here to secure your place.

Lunch and Learn – An agronomist’s perspective on soil carbon

Don’t miss our agronomist and regional operations manager Drew Walsh on-stage on Monday May 5 at 12pm at the Tech Yards Lunch and Learn session, presenting on the agronomic co-benefits of identifying and solving your soil health issues to optimise production and increase your soil carbon.

FREE Preliminary Soil Carbon Assessments 

We are offering FREE carbon starter snippet reports to all producers keen to obtain a preliminary assessment of how a soil carbon project could work for them. Sit with one of our team and watch as we map your farm and explain your own soil carbon prospectivity. 

Heard enough and ready to start? Get a quote while you wait.

We are able to map your farm and provide an immediate quote for your soil carbon project. Preliminary assessments, project registrations, independent land management reports, project baseline testing, carbon agronomy, we can quote on a single part, or the whole lot.