Enough carbon to fill a coal train: How did this cattle farmer store it?

Most farming achievements – fat cattle, healthy crops and good returns – are seen above the ground.

But by digging into the soil, the Mackenzie family says they are seeing all that boom while also balancing out their emissions.

The family has been running cattle in the Hunter and Gloucester regions of New South Wales since the late 1800s, and as the next generation steps up, so has their farm sustainability.

Macka’s Pastoral has now tipped the scales to having more carbon under its eight properties than they are emitting.

“To reach carbon neutrality is a massive achievement. It’s a great…

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