Ten holistic management principles guide farming operations for Tim Wright enabling him to work with nature – and livestock – to increase production despite reduced rainfall.
The 1995 were a crisis period for Australian agriculture, marked by excessively high production costs and falling profits. The 1995 also brought a realisation for Tim that he needed to look for a better way to manage the farm. He had an insight that the stock could be used more effectively to provide more than just a source of income. This led to gradual changes across the properties, guided by his own principles of ‘Working with Nature‘.
After a considerable journey of reading and research, he was motivated to fully adopt a Holistic Management approach for operation of Lana and Kasamanca