"Our goal is to provide the best availablepasture agronomy and management advice"

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Agronomy Consulting

We assist you to identify, plan and implement the key management decisions in developing and sustaining your pasture systems.

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What we do

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Farm Contracting

Experienced agronomic advice combined with practical and experience machinery opertion to implement your pasture programs

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WE ARE THE PASTURE SPECIALISTS

We are focused on providing independent, experienced and professional pasture agronomy advice.

Ross Watson Agriculture provides pasture advice throughout eastern Australia. Key areas of influence are the Hunter Region of NSW, Northern, Central and Southern Slopes, Tablelands and the coastal areas of NSW. We provide quality advice on all temperate and tropical pastures as well as lucerne, forage crops and forage herbs. We do consult in other areas of Australia, as well as overseas.

We have more than 25 years professional and practical experience in all aspects of whole farm pasture development and planning, as well as pasture establishment and pasture management techniques. Our pasture advisory services primarily focus on servicing equine, beef, dairy and sheep enterprises, along with whole farm planning.

There are very few agronomy services in Australia with the breadth of pasture skills and experience of Ross Watson Agriculture. We are recognised leaders in pasture improvement technology. If you are serious about making your property and farm business stand out from the crowd, you have come to the right place! Our team has over 40 years of combined experience and expertise in whole farm pasture development and establishment. You can have complete confidence in our pasture development plans and advice.

Take a look around our site and see the full range of services we currently provide to our customers.

 

3 days ago

It hasn't stopped raining on the World, just us here in Australia ! Well that's what it feels like, as this drought bites hard here and now starting ... See more

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1 week ago

We have noticed that Seed Harvesting Ants have been very active collecting and storing grass seeds over recent weeks, as shown here. What do these ... See more

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1 week ago

Farming is always a gamble on the weather. For those that like to talk about or make decisions based on the "chances" or "probabilities" of certain ... See more

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2 weeks ago

Another week of direct drill sowing for clients, in the hope that good rain is not far away.

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3 weeks ago

Definitely meets the definition of "dry sowing". Not our preferred situation, but we think, under current conditions , you need to have a percentage ... See more

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1 month ago

As drought conditions continue, early sown winter wheat , as seen here, and oat crops around the Upper Hunter , defy the tough conditions and move ... See more

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1 month ago

Seed harvesting ants are a potential threat to surface sown or direct drilled pasture programs. They do have an important ecological role in ... See more

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1 month ago

We are undertaking direct drilling or over-sowing programs today, introducing additional grasses and clovers, into drought affected pastures, on ... See more

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1 month ago

Scone in the Upper Hunter region of NSW is now experiencing the worst April to April rainfall in over 118 years of rainfall records, since 1900, as ... See more

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1 month ago
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Silver leaf Nightshade (SLN) is serious and difficult perennial weed of pastures and cropping areas. It's is very competitive and can be toxic to ... See more

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