‘It’s like a miracle’: The world’s most productive farm animals
Posted On June 18, 2021
Queensland farmer Bill Patrick is still farming in the world’s richest farm animal country, but he says the new year has given him a glimpse into the future of his beloved farm animals.
“They’re the most productive animals in the land,” he said.
In the future, Mr Patrick said the animals would be kept at a better environment.””
I want to do more than just be a farmer.”
In the future, Mr Patrick said the animals would be kept at a better environment.
“We will be able to have an industrial farm on the farm,” he told News Corp Australia.
The Queensland Government said the project was a “once in a generation opportunity” for a new industry to enter the state.””
It’s got the capacity to produce more than 100 million kilos a year.”
The Queensland Government said the project was a “once in a generation opportunity” for a new industry to enter the state.
“This project will be the first industrial farm to be built on a commercial property,” Agriculture Minister Bill Bennett said.
“It will provide a boost to Queensland’s small and medium-sized farms and will also be a model for other large and growing commercial farmers.”