Chickpea grower brothers rotate crops and cattle

Alison Paterson
Updated June 20 2024 - 9:19am, first published 9:00am
Brothers Michael and Nic House on the family farm at Cambooya survey a field of sorghum stubble where they will be planting barley. Picture: Ben Harden
Brothers Michael and Nic House on the family farm at Cambooya survey a field of sorghum stubble where they will be planting barley. Picture: Ben Harden

Moving to a more strategic business model, brothers and third generation grain, cereal and legume growers Nic and Michael House have adopted a flexible approach which allows them to pivot crop choices to adapt to changing conditions to achieve better results.

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