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fp1 Farmer John Smith and his family of 3 children farm using regenerative agricuture in the plains of woolamoo.

Excelent black soils and mediteranian climate are highly productive

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df4.jpg Our sprouts grown in rich organic soil are far tastier than shop sprouts - you should try df13.jpg
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df5.jpg There are shop tomatoes and our tomoatoes picked and eaten today - you should taste the difference df13.jpg
df6.jpg Chinese bitter melons are a well know plant for reducing blood sugar and have helped many diabetics.  Eat with a banana to hide the bitterness df13.jpg
df7.jpg Our fruit is packed with vitamin K2 which is often lacking in a modern diet - eaten fresh they are a lot less bitter than shop fruit df13.jpg

 

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df2 Mary has free range chickens and uses the manure to fertilise her herb garden.

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df14.jpg We specialise in medicinal herbs - you should let us know if you have a medical problem and we can advice which herb may be suitable  
     
     

 

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Image result for farms The Jones family farm using permaculture techniques on the South Downs of Tasmania.

The soils are excelent but the cold winters mean tht produce is only available in spring and summer

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df8.jpg We specialise in root crops grown in Gbiota beds to enhance gut biology df13.jpg
df9.jpg You have not tasted potatoes until yo uhave tasted ours straight out of the ground - very differnet and a lot more healthy for you df13.jpg
     
     

 

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df3 John and Mary run a mixed farm in the Dongo Hills using permaculture principles with no chemical input

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Image result for vegetables pictures We specialise in plants that are a little different these Ockra are from seeds imported specifically from India where they aer used as a well know medicinal plant. df13.jpg
df12.jpg Colour is a very good indicator of a high level of phyto-nutrients essential for health.  Purple is a particulalry good indicator. df13.jpg
df12.jpg As they are very slow growing, taking over a year to mature these plants have a very high fibre content which is excelent for feeding gut bacteria and lowering blood sugar. df13.jpg