Episode 28 – From 1927 to next generation cropping in WA with Rob Hetherington

In Episode 28 of the Biological Farming Roundtable podcast Nakala and David Hardwick speak with Western Australian farmer Rob Hetherington from Lake King. Rob’s grandparents first moved to the region in 1927 battling scrub and deep sodic soils and managed to carve a future for the family of farmers when many others walked off the land. We follow the Hetherington’s amazing journey and discuss the changes to management over nearly 100 years, which have resulted in Rob recently being awarded the Wheatbelt NRM Soil Health Champion for 2022.


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