Pasture Programs

For Livestock and Fodder Production

BioAg Better Pasture Programs produce living, healthy and balanced soil, improve the production and quality of yield, and improve fertiliser use efficiency.
Each program is custom made for each paddock using advanced soil and tissue analysis.

Programs typically incorporate a range of BioAg solid natural fertilisers and BioAg Liquid Microbial Fermented Cultures.

Once a healthy soil is achieved, you can expect to grow more nutritious pastures that will support high volumes of beef, wool, lamb and milk production with minimal animal health problems.

In time, you will see marked benefits in the production and quality of both irrigated and dryland pastures, as well as hay and silage. Your livestock will be healthier with a lower incidence of bloat, grass tetany, and mastitis.

BioAg presents a sustainable approach to agriculture, delivering long-term fertility.

BioAg Better Pasture Programs can be developed to meet BFA certification requirements for organic producers. A typical program is shown below.

Pasture Trials and Case Studies

Comparison of BioAg Bio-Stimulants for improving Yield in a Conventional Fertiliser Program on a Winter Forage Crop
Russell Ison
Tamworth Rural
BioAg treatments provided a 17% yield increase over the Control

Pasture Cast Study, Tarcutta NSW Australia
Malcolm and Kerrie Plum
“Burradool” Tarcutta NSW

Pasture Trials: Reactive Phosphate Rock
1992-1999
Published inThe Role of Reactive Rock Phosphate Fertilisers for Pastures in Australia

Pasture Case Study, Springhurst Victoria Australia
Lindsay Humphry
“Avondale” Springvale, Victoria

Analysis of BioAg Customer Soil Test Results: Increasing Crop and Pasture Fertility Results (Discussion)
Analysis of BioAg Customer Soil Test Results: Increasing Crop and Pasture Fertility Results (Results)
An analysis of long-term BioAg customer soil test data sets where paddocks have been re-tested over a number of years, and where BioAgPhos has been used as a replacement for water soluble phosphates in pasture production, or as an additional source of phosphorous in cropping systems.

Rock Phosphate and superphosphate as sources of phosphorus for subterranean clover on an acid sandy soil
Waite Agricultural Research Institute
Glen Osmond, SA
Trial location: Mount Compass (SA)

Reactive Phosphate Rock Evaluation – Agronomy Field Trials
Agronomy Field Trials
Reactive Phosphate Rock Evaluation (Published 1996)
Kangaroo Island, South Australia

BioAg Case Study: Broadacre Cropping and Pasture, NSW
Case Study: Pasture and Grain, Trangie NSW
Case Study: Wool and Grain, NSW
Case Study: Grazing, NSW
Case Study: Mixed Farming Operation, Manildra NSW
Case Study: Dairy Farming in Victoria
Case Study: Growing Pasture in Victoria
Case Study: Growing Organic Beef on Victorian Pasture
Case Study: Mixed Farming in the Riverina, NSW
Case Study: Growing Pasture in the Riverina, NSW

Sample BioAg Better Pasture Programs

Pasture for Livestock and Fodder Production

Pasture top-dressing with natural fertilisers





Pasture top-dressing with liquid microbial fermented cultures


Post-grazing



Lucerne and Established Lucerne

BioAgPhos 200-300 kg
Lime 400-700 kg
Calcium Nitrate 10-15 kg
Gypsum
Soil & Seed 3-4 l
Boron 1-2 kg