Big production gains in biochar beef and dairy trials

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March 12 2024 - 10:00am
Metamorf Engineering managing director Steven Hill and Australia New Zealand Biochar Group chair Melissa Rebbeck with a CharCell pyrolysis unit that is used to produce biochar. Trials from Ms Rebbeck have shown biochar used as a feed additive and as a soil improver within beef and dairy enterprises has had big production benefits.
Metamorf Engineering managing director Steven Hill and Australia New Zealand Biochar Group chair Melissa Rebbeck with a CharCell pyrolysis unit that is used to produce biochar. Trials from Ms Rebbeck have shown biochar used as a feed additive and as a soil improver within beef and dairy enterprises has had big production benefits.

More agricultural sectors are trialling biochar to improve soils and production and recycle carbon back into the soil, as beef, dairy and cropping studies continue to show promise.

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