Our aim is to provide you with a sustainable soil fertility programme, resulting in nutrient-dense pasture, crops and animal food products, for the health and well-being of all. Healthy soils with diverse soil microbes are the aim of biological farming (also known as sustainable agriculture and eco-agriculture). Years of chemical fertiliser application, pesticide, herbicide and fungicide use have left many of our soils nearly devoid of the soil microbes needed to created healthy soils. Symptoms of these sick soils are: weeds, insect pests, and sick animals. The majority of our solid fertilisers are inoculated with beneficial soil bacteria and fungi - hence we call them biological fertilisers. So while you are building your soil fertility with the minerals necessary for plants to grow to their full potential (to become nutrient dense food), you are also building up the soil life underground.