10 episodes

The Biological Farming Roundtable Podcast is for farmers and food consumers. Join host Nakala Maddock as she interviews regenerative farmers that are turning the tides in agriculture by reducing chemical inputs, rebuilding nature’s natural solar, mineral and water cycles and returning nutrient integrity back into the food chain.

Biological Farming Round Table Biological Farming Round Table

    • Science
    • 4.8 • 40 Ratings

The Biological Farming Roundtable Podcast is for farmers and food consumers. Join host Nakala Maddock as she interviews regenerative farmers that are turning the tides in agriculture by reducing chemical inputs, rebuilding nature’s natural solar, mineral and water cycles and returning nutrient integrity back into the food chain.

    Episode 27 - Marvelous multispecies with Grant Sims and Simon Mattsson

    Episode 27 - Marvelous multispecies with Grant Sims and Simon Mattsson

    Nakala speaks to agroecologist David Hardwick Soil Land Food and Luke Harrington from Re-Gen Farming about the skyrocketing Phosphorous prices and how to unlock the phosphorous reserves in your soil to protect your profit margin.

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Episode 26 - Optimising soil health can protect your business from increasing phosphorous prices

    Episode 26 - Optimising soil health can protect your business from increasing phosphorous prices

    Nakala speaks to agroecologist David Hardwick Soil Land Food and Luke Harrington from Re-Gen Farming about the skyrocketing Phosphorous prices and how to unlock the phosphorous reserves in your soil to protect your profit margin.

    • 44 min
    Episode 25 – How to build a dung beetle corridor and compost extractor

    Episode 25 – How to build a dung beetle corridor and compost extractor

    In episode 23 of the Biological Farming Roundtable Nakala explores the natural intelligence of the dung beetle, and how to establish a dung beetle corridor. She also speaks to regenerative farmer Rodney Bacon about how he used good old inginuity to build his own compost extractor.

    • 39 min
    Episode 24 – A journey to biodiversity and risk management: Part 1

    Episode 24 – A journey to biodiversity and risk management: Part 1

    Nakala and Shelley speak to northern Victorian dairy farmer Jodie Hay about the driving forces behind her family’s decision to rethink their farming system.

    • 29 min
    Episode 23 - Unlocking Your Infinite Possibilities

    Episode 23 - Unlocking Your Infinite Possibilities

    In episode 23 Nakala speaks to Jane, whose unique skills are helping regenerative farmers expand their mindsets so they can unlock barriers to reach their potential and the world of infinite possibilities.

    • 58 min
    Episode 22 – Increasing profitability in cane production with less inputs, Alan and Jenny Lynn

    Episode 22 – Increasing profitability in cane production with less inputs, Alan and Jenny Lynn

    Cane farmers Alan and Jenny Lyn from Ingham in northern Queensland speak openly to Nakala Maddock from NutriSoil about the positive impacts traffic control and multispecies cover crops are having on their production system.



    Alan and Lyn discuss the stabilisation of their soil structure, abundance of worms and plant available nitrogen thanks to permanent raised beds, traffic control, cover crops and a customised renovator.



    They pay credit to their network of likeminded neighbours and colleagues, who provide a great support base for the transition, which the Lyn’s see will reap benefits for regulations relating to the Great Barrier Reef.

    • 19 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
40 Ratings

40 Ratings

Tamandrin ,

Great for farmers!

Theses are great interviews about farmers that reduce their synthetic inputs and increase their profits.

Juz01 ,

Great farming practices

Loved hearing how these farmers of the new revolution of regenerative agriculture think! Thanks Nakala for the great insights!

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