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Pasture Cropping and No Kill Association Launched


People interested in sharing information about pasture cropping and no kill cropping systems and techniques now have a way of talking with each other online through the Pasture Cropping and No Kill Cropping Association.

On the association's website you will find case studies of practitioners, links to interesting articles, pictures and videos of the techniques, and Frequently Asked Questions.

And you can add to the website by supplying case studies with interesting photos and stories of your experiences with pasture cropping and no kill cropping. The association also welcomes questions about the techniques. If you would like to share your experiences and photos, or have questions, contact Danielle Bonninton at email 

Objectives of the association are:

  • To promote and foster the environmentally and economically successful adoption and practice of these methods.
  • To be a free information exchange for supporters and practitioners of the techniques to encourage wise adoption.
  • To inform and guide the continued research and development of both Pasture Cropping and No Kill Cropping.
  • To operate predominantly via the internet to ensure costs are kept to a minimum.

To find out more go to the association’s website.