Brothers Ed and James Fagan run their 1,400-hectare farm on the banks of the Lachlan River near Cowra, NSW.

The Fagans have been involved with the Soil Wealth project since 2014. They have embraced considerable change, with benefits as well as some difficulties along the way. Their experience highlights the importance of finding systems and practices that suit a farm’s specific circumstances, including its business priorities.

The big winners for Mulyan Farms were reduced tillage and adoption of cover crops, with a strong economic case for continuing these practices.

Read more in this case study.