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Boxgum Grazing

Farmer Focus: Sam and Claire from Boxgum Grazing

The Johnsons know a lot about hard work. Husband and wife team Sam and Claire Johnson run Boxgum Grazing on Windermere, a 1500 hectare property near Young on the South West slopes of NSW. Passionate about farming and land management, the farm supports a diverse mix of perennial grasses and box gum woodlands and their management is focused on increasing the biodiversity and biological health of the landscape.

They produce 100% grass-fed beef and genuine free-range pastured pork, which they market directly to customers in their region. Selling only what they produce, the Johnsons truly understand the vital connection between healthy land and healthy food, and promote that when dealing with Boxgum customers are dealing directly with the farmers and can get to know comprehensively the provenance of the food and how it is produced. You can meet Sam and Claire at Market each week and try their products for yourself to taste the difference.

Minto Galloways win at Royal Canberra Show

They’ve done it again! Minto Galloways have scored some ribbons at the recent Royal Canberra Show. Known as one of Australia’s leading studs producing Galloway beef directly to consumers and restaurants, they are now back at the Market after their big award wins. Greg Stuart and his team were awarded Supreme Champion Galloway Exhibit, Grand Champion Galloway Female and Junior Champion Galloway Bull. Congratulations!

Meet some new meat makers– February 2013

Get some pork on your fork, and some beef as well, with the delicious offerings from Boxgum Grazing — a new member of the Capital Region Farmers Market stallholder family.

Boxgum Grazing is a family owned farming business based near Young.  They are passionate about producing high quality affordable food — including free range pork and grass fed beef — within a beautiful and productive rural landscape.  In addition to their products of the culinary kind, they also offer farm stay accommodation in a picture-perfect setting.  Be sure to visit Boxgum Grazing next time you’re at the Market.