Farming without physical fences with Kent and Michelle Rochester, Manypeaks

By Brooke Littlewood
Updated July 10 2024 - 12:12pm, first published 12:07pm
Bovitech Veterinary Services veterinarian Dr Jess Shilling (left), Michelle and Kent Rochester and WALRC executive officer Esther Price.
Bovitech Veterinary Services veterinarian Dr Jess Shilling (left), Michelle and Kent Rochester and WALRC executive officer Esther Price.

There is about three hours' worth of pasture left in Manypeaks farmer Kent and Michelle Rochester's paddock before cattle need to be moved onto the next.

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