Dung beetle buries in for soil health

By Leah Tindale
November 15 2021 - 1:00pm
Onthophagus Gazella (dung beetle) in a farm nursery at Bakers Hill.
Onthophagus Gazella (dung beetle) in a farm nursery at Bakers Hill.

HIDDEN in dung pads across the Wheatbelt could lie an unlikely hero of improved soil quality, reduced compaction and fly and parasite control management - the humble dung beetle.

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