John and Barbara Dunnet are fourth generation farmers in the beautiful and remote Scott River area on Western Australia’s south-west coast. Here, they utilise their extensive knowledge of the land to carefully manage the natural balance of soils to grow the healthiest possible grass that nourishes the healthiest possible beef.
They believe managing, replenishing and improving the soil’s natural microbiology provides optimally nutritious grass feed for their free-ranging predominantly Angus and Murray Grey herds. No hormones or antibiotics are needed to sustain the health of the animals, and the high quality of their feed together with the purity of the natural environment result in premium quality, superb tasting beef which offers real health benefits to consumers.
John and Barbara Dunnet raise both Angus and Murray Grey beef, breeds which are renowned for their prime eating quality. Each of the animals has approximately an acre of land planted with premium rye grass and clover in which they happily graze all their lives. Their grazing land is located around two kilometres from the temperate influence of the Southern Ocean and is surrounded by more than 1672 kilometres of natural, oxygen rich bushland. It’s no wonder that the beef are happy, healthy and stress free.