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17 October 2018 Please Note: due to the prolonged lack of rain, we are only able to provide lamb products at this time. Buy your Grass Fed Beef and Lamb direct from the producer in our beef, lamb or combination packs. Exceptional eating and great value. We deliver throughout Australia, refrigerated to your door!  

Grass Fed Beef and Lamb

Running of cattle and sheep together has given us a powerful ecological tool for repair and rehabilitation of our pastures. The ‘Herd Effect’ and ‘Animal Impact’ are tools that we have used through our grazing system to repair and restore problem areas, increasing total yield. This allows us to grow all of our meat the way nature intended – from grass.

Eric R. J. Harvey

Eric is a member of Stipa Native Grass Association, Australian Simmental Breeders Association, Australian Professional Woolclassers Association At Gilgai Farms he regularly host field days and training days for a number of organizations wishing to showcase and teach regenerative and sustainable agricultural practices.

Ecological Farming Systems

Gilgai Farm’s ecological farming system promotes an increase in biodiversity to build a resilient ecosystem able to withstand fluctuations in temperatures, rainfall patterns and climate variability while producing healthy and nutritious, quality foods.

Biological Farming

By restoring a chain of ponds system and wetland areas we are rehydrating our landscape to recreate the naturally fertile conditions of the land prior to European settlement. Compost teas are restoring our soil microbial activity which has produced astounding results.

Chain of ponds on Gilgai Farms

Field Day Invitation

Welcome, and wishing you a Happy and Prosperous New Year even though it is now already February.

Meat Packs

We have restarted the meat sales and the first lot for this year went out on the 1st February. Thank you to all existing customers and welcome to all the new ones. Orders are already starting to trickle in for the next lot with delivery only about 3 weeks away. Please get your orders in soon as they will go fast.

Field Day

You are all invited to the Observant Field Day on Thursday the 1st of March. We hope to start at 9:30 am at the ‘Gilgai’ woolshed. Hope to finish about 1:00pm. Please bring your own lunch and a chair and for directions please follow this link. Morning tea will be supplied.

We will be looking at the Observant Remote monitoring system in action and a general look around the farms at the paddocks and livestock and our farming system.

There will be plenty of experts around on the day to help you with any queries eg cost benefits, installations, applications, what can be monitored etc.

Could you please RSVP to Mark Gardner care of  Vanguard Business Services or email Mark at mark.gardner@vbs.net.au

Part of last years field day attendees

Whats Happening on The Farms

Mum and Dad are in the midst of moving into Dubbo after 8 years at ‘Cooee’. They have both been a tremendous help over the years with fencing, tree planting, compost making and helping to identify grass species. I think they are looking forward to downsizing and being closer to all the facilities.

We are hosting two Vet Students from the University of Sydney who are coming to spend a week with us in February.

The initial enquiry was It would be really great to be able to do our practical experience at Gilgai because most of what we learn about is grain-fed cattle (as this is the ‘norm’), so getting a fresh perspective would be very eye opening for us! Hopefully we will be able to impart some of our passion for our system of farming, as well as the health benefits of this system to our livestock and also the end product,  namely grass fed red meat.

Luke and Karissa are well and the twins have started school this year. Dwight had his 3rd birthday in January and the twins have just celebrated their 5th on the 3rd of February.


Hannah, Kailee, Wendy and Dwight and 2 “special” birthday cakes


Eric, Wendy and the Team.