AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURE AT ITS FINEST
FARMING FOR THE FUTURE
The comprehensive ~but quick~ rundown
The Station is one of the most historic pastoral stations in Queensland while still being an active farm. Originally bought by William Henry Young on the 26th of April 1911, Kahmoo has seen and lived the stories of five generations of family history.
Kahmoo Station is a 80,000 acre block of history located 20 kilometres outside Cunnamulla in far Western Queensland. Though Kahmoo got its start in merino wool, it is now primarily involved in the commercial farming of 'meat' sheep known as the Australian White - though still heavily involved in stud ram operations, organic sheep and cattle. On average, Kahmoo is the home to roughly 12,000 sheep and 350 head of cattle as well as the owners who care for them, Kym Thomas, Greg Dunsdon, and Tony Reid.
Many sustainable initiatives have been put in place at Kahmoo to both protect the natural environment and make it more sustainable for both now and future generations.