Regenerative farming

Nature moves in cycles. So does our farm.

Developing farming practices that rehabilitate the soil, increase biodiversity and conserve vital resources.
Showing that food production can be gentle on the planet.

At Yallamundi Farm, we feel a deep sense of responsibility to this land and to future generations. As discussions of sustainability, climate change and net zero goals become more important in the wider community, we want to show that food can be grown in a way that supports the ongoing health of the planet. We’re here to demonstrate an approach to agriculture that doesn’t sacrifice biodiversity, soil health or the air we breathe.

This might sound like marketing talk but the honest truth is, we do this on the farm, every day. Our mobile caravans were designed from the ground up to allow for the easy movement of our pasture-raised hens to a new spot every week. This gives them access to fresh grass and nutrient-rich soil (with lots of tasty bugs). But it also allows the land to rest and regrow (thanks in part to a fresh supply of chook poo).

And we do so much more than rotate our hens (we rotationally graze our Dorper sheep too!). We’re also working with experts from the University of Queensland to establish a world-class compost and fertiliser production program to best utilise the manure created on the farm. Plus, 30% of our land has been set aside to foster native biodiversity.

In the end, all these practices make sense for the farm and the planet. If you can grow food while regenerating the soil, you can become less reliant on costly inputs like fertiliser. You can create pasture that’s more resilient to climate change. You can build food production systems with a future. That’s the Yallamundi way.


Authentic sustainability

Animal performance and diet

  • Locally grown grain
  • Optimal feed conversion
  • Real-time welfare monitoring
  • Lowest emission feed inputs
  • Onsite vets


  • Off-grid and solar powered hen houses
  • 100% recyclable packaging
  • Electrification of specific fleet
  • Commitment to renewable energy
  • International best practice manure and waste management system 

Soil carbon

  • Regenerative agricultural practices
  • Extensive soil carbon monitoring program
  • Rotational cropping and grazing practices that promote soil health
  • Leading-edge agronomic application of composted waste streams

Trees on farm

  • Over 300,000 olive trees
  •  Native forest restoration
  • Dedicated biodiversity corridors