Posted July 25, 2018 12:15:23 It’s hard to imagine how a farm in the heart of Queensland could be so far from civilisation.
But in the past 10 years, the family have transformed it into a farm for the animals and for their customers.
It’s a place where cattle graze in the shade under the shade of the sun and the sheep have to be moved at night to get a bit of shade and a place to play.
The farm has also become a tourist attraction, attracting hundreds of visitors from around the world every year.
In 2015, it became one of Australia’s most visited tourist destinations and was the most visited farm in Queensland, drawing tens of thousands of visitors.
The family are a proud family, and have built a reputation as a family business.
They have raised cattle on their own for nearly 50 years, which they raise and feed on the farm.
“It’s been a big change for us,” said John and Ann Croft, the owners of the Croft Family Farm, in a recent interview with The Courier Mail.
John and his wife Ann are the owners and operators of the family farm. “
In the past, we would go and do a few hours of work at the farm every week, and we would come back, and then it would be back to work on the other farms.”
John and his wife Ann are the owners and operators of the family farm.
They are the parents of four children and four grandchildren.
They’ve worked hard to improve the family business, which has also transformed it from a farm into a family farm, with the family keeping to their farming mantra.
“The farm has changed the way we look at life,” Mr Croft said.
The Crofts, who started raising cattle on the family’s own, have taken their family business to the next level. “
If you have children and they’re getting older, you want to give them a chance to have some fun.”
The Crofts, who started raising cattle on the family’s own, have taken their family business to the next level.
In the past few years, they have added to their operation and introduced some new features into the business.
John says he was given the opportunity to look at the business from different perspectives and that the experience was a real eye opener.
“You learn how to do things differently, how to think differently, what to do differently,” he said.
The Croft family have built their own custom-built system for grazing their cattle.
This system has been modified from the older one on the Crofts farm, which was a lot more like a herd.
This new system has resulted in more grass in the pasture and less grass on the land, allowing for better grazing and less stress on the animals.
The current system is a more traditional grazing system, which relies on grazing and a constant level of water.
It was designed with a herd of about 40 to 50 cows and 50 to 60 sheep on the pastures.
“With our new system, we’ve had the opportunity,” Mr and Ann said.