Melanda Park Pastured Pork
Melanda Park is the home of 150 pasture raised sows, where pigs are allowed to be pigs and show off all their natural behaviours.
2012 changed the direction of the farm after Matt was awarded a Nuffield Scholarship to travel the globe for 12 weeks and study free range production systems. Bringing home a bucket full of ideas, the vegetable side of the farm was discontinued and pigs became 100% of the production. Now crops like winter oats, Lucerne and sorghum are grown as part of the rotation which help feed cattle.
Participating at these farm tours:
Hawkesbury & Nepean, Hunter Valley