Shelterbelts of trees or native plants can increase pasture productivity by providing a warmer microclimate. These trees can also yield valuable timber or fibre and can increase overall farm income. Indigenous plantings can provide other biodiversity benefits (such as beneficial insects).

By providing shade for stock, trees on farms reduce stress on animals and improve the environment, thus improving productivity.

The right species can be chosen to provide shelter belts even under a centre pivot.

Pricing available on application on a case-by-case basis. Click here.

For more information on shelterbelt species and benefits, click here, or here.

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