Alsops forge path to self-sustainability through income diversification

Ellouise Bailey
Updated April 10 2024 - 6:24am, first published April 1 2024 - 5:51pm
Sam, Casey and Oliver Alsop at their Biloela home property Overflow where they breed commercial cattle and grow leucaena for fodder and seed distribution. Pictures by Ellouise Bailey
Sam, Casey and Oliver Alsop at their Biloela home property Overflow where they breed commercial cattle and grow leucaena for fodder and seed distribution. Pictures by Ellouise Bailey

The Alsop family from Biloela have diversified their income streams to work towards creating a self-sustaining operation, hoping to one day enable them to spend more time on-farm.

Ellouise Bailey

Ellouise Bailey

Journalist

Queensland Country Life reporter based in Rockhampton and reporting on agriculture in the central Queensland region. Got a story? Get in touch: 0447 477 399 or email ellouise.bailey@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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