The courses at the College are designed to compliment each other, with the College farm providing a focal point for learning and skill development. The farm offers a context for learning both in the classroom and int he paddock.


The College farm provides opportunities for students to develop skills and knowledge in pork production, sheep meant and wool production, grain production, pasture management and general property management and maintenance.


Farm enterprises breakdown:-


Grain Production – 1000 ha prgram comprising of wheat, barley, oats, lupin, canola, medic clover and serradella.


Abattoir – commercial meat licence supplying the College.


Pork production – The piggery, which runs approx. 40 sows (with gilts purchased for stock changeover), turns out approximately 400—500 baconers per annum. All grain used to feed the stock at the piggery is grown at the farm.


Sheep – The sheep flock comprises approx. 500 ewes (400 lambs annually), mainly Merino but are cross breeding with Border Leicester ewes with Pole Dorset rams , Dorper and Merino Rams. Sheep are bought in to utilise stubble.