Fruit trees, animals, and electric netting

Fruit trees, animals, and electric netting

Animals and fruit trees are a natural partnership – after all, they evolved together, so it makes sense they work well together, as we’ve spoken about in this blog recently. It proved to be such a popular topic that we’re revisiting it this week. One...
Animals and fruit trees

Animals and fruit trees

Do you have animals around your fruit trees? We’d never grazed animals in the orchard before (apart from the ones we don’t want, like kangaroos, rabbits and hares), until Tess Sellar joined us here at the farm and brought her lovely dairy cows. Tess and...
What broke my fruit tree?

What broke my fruit tree?

As spring slowly comes our way, we thought it a good time of year to bring you a series of pest and disease management tips. This week we’re focusing on identifying the damage that big pests like kangaroos, wallabies, deer, rabbits and hares cause, because they...
5 ways to prevent large animals damaging your fruit trees

5 ways to prevent large animals damaging your fruit trees

We’ve written in this blog how to identify which animals might be causing damage to your fruit trees, but it’s also important to think about strategies for preventing the damage. In the case of big animals, it’s usually a case of protecting the trees...