Certified Organic production systems are guided by the following principles and outcomes:

  1. Production of naturally safe, high quality, nutritionally vital foods;
  2. Optimal production output, with rational and minimised use of inputs;
  3. Use of recycling and biological cycles within the farming system;
  4. Biodiversity protection and enhancement within the farm and surrounding areas;
  5. Regeneration of lands and soils and best environmental practice of farming activities.
  • Certified organic produce is a guarantee that there is NO chemical residue in the product and that NO genetic modification has occurred. We use holistic farming practices and the original farm, Spring Creek, in the South Burnett, Queensland, has been farmed that way for many years. Ian Campbell, the Director of Barambah Organics, returned to his family's farm in 1998 and decided to convert the farm officially to organic status, as it had been maintained in an organic manner for generations. The farm became fully certified organic , in March 2000.

The organic certification process involves having the farm audited regularly, by Australian Certified Organic, in order to verify that no chemical is being used in the farming system. Every input into the farm is organic, from organic grain and pastures, to natural remedies for the cow, in order to ensure that the milk is of the highest quality and taste.

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