North Burnett graziers unlock carbon credits with help from innovative agriculture technologies

Ben Harden
Updated October 20 2021 - 7:07am, first published October 19 2021 - 6:00pm
SUSTAINABLE FARMING: The Henderson family have unlocked carbon markets at their North Burnett grazing property. Photos: Supplied.
SUSTAINABLE FARMING: The Henderson family have unlocked carbon markets at their North Burnett grazing property. Photos: Supplied.

As Australia grows closely to becoming carbon neutral by 2050, Queensland farmers are taking steps of their own, by embracing technology to decrease their carbon footprint in the meat industry.

Ben Harden

Ben Harden

Journalist

Queensland Country Life reporter based in Toowoomba. I over all things livestock and agriculture in central and southern Queensland. Got a story? Get in touch: 0437528907 or email ben.harden@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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