September 21, 2018
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  • Farming cattle and conservation

    The win win scenario of environmental stewardship.

Contemporary farming is wholly dependent on the environment it exists within.

We have two core principles: “do no harm” and “leave it in better shape than you found it”

Land Management

Taking an integrative systems thinking approach to farm management for the most profitable land that will continue to perform.

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Latest Projects

Our success depends on identifying opportunity rather than risk, finding what works and what doesn’t and sharing those results with the community.

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Sharing our experiences and providing a no nonsense perspective on regulation developments and initiatives.

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Our Mission

At Jingeri we believe that in order to produce the best quality cattle possible we must pay close attention to the environment in which the farm sits. In fact we see conserving the natural environment, its ecosystems and biodiversity as crucial to the future profitability of the farm.

Rather than seeing the environment as separate and unconnected to our production business, we view it as an integral part of a very complex puzzle. Whether it be our

  • soils & ground water resources
  • surface water & creek water
  • native pasture growth & improved pasture growth

these are essential components of our production business and as such we need to make sure that they are in optimal health. If you would like to learn more and get on board the Jingeri movement, check out our Resources page, it’s packed with easy to digest information on how to approach modern farming for commercial viability and ongoing productivity.

Wangerriburra Country: From the Albert River in the West to the Coomera River in the East.

We at Jingeri sincerely acknowledge the Wangerriburra People as the previous custodians of our land. It is our mission to protect the rich cultural heritage that exists on the farm and in the surrounding Yugambeh country in partnership with the Yugambeh elders. It is our vision to help educate our community, both indigenous and non-indigenous alike about the rich cultural history and language of the Yugambeh peoples, so that this knowledge can be protected and passed on to future generations.

Public private partners come to potoroo rescue.

A collaboration between government and private land-owners

What Others Say About Us

  • The Department of Environment and Heritage Protection have recently partnered with Mark and Tracy Finnegan to progress a nature refuge proposal over approximately 210ha of their Kerry Valley property. As part of this proposal, funding is being offered through the Koala Nature Refuges Program to restore koala habitat in some historically cleared grazing paddocks. The property was identified as a priority candidate for the Koala Nature Refuges Program given: the known presence of koalas and intact koala habitat on site, its strong connectivity to the adjoining Lamington National Park and other areas of remnant vegetation, the condition of existing vegetation on the land and its role in supporting other threatened species such as long-nosed potoroo and glossy black-cockatoo, and the land’s capacity to deliver a cost-effective koala habitat restoration project.

    Robbie BurnsProgram Coordinator – Koala Nature Refuges Program Landscape Conservation Unit l Nature Conservation Services Department of Environment and Heritage Protection
Happy healthy quiet cattle
Happy healthy quiet cattle You are what you eat. Our cattle are rotationally grazed so that we always have feed on the ground.

Partners we work with…..

From the blog

Please contact us for more information on anything you have seen on our website, we would love to hear from you and are always interested to share other’s experiences and ideas.

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