Bell Pasture Seeds is proud to be a Sponsor of Donnybrook Cricket Club for the 2021/2022 Season.
In his undaunted quest to push farming boundaries, Western Australian producer Rob Bell’s recent subsoil draining development has significantly increased production capability, and unearthed environmental opportunities that are capturing the attention of the industry....
Sponsoring these legends Bell Pasture Seeds are sponsoring the Donnybrook Women's Cricket Team this year. Love the shirts girls! [video width="720" height="720"...
Check out this article in The Countryman on 29th October 2020 about Rob winning a Nuffield Scholarship. Click on the image to enlarge and read. Bell Pasture Seeds | (08) 9727 2243 | email@example.com
Here's a blast from the past for you. We're not sure exactly when this article was published in a local newspaper, but it was back in our cattle days. Click on the image to enlarge. Bell Pasture Seeds | (08) 9727 2243 | firstname.lastname@example.org
These photos are of the original clover de-hullers. The two gentlemen featuring in one of the photos is Rob Bells grandfather Matt and his Uncle John, circa early 40's. [video width="720" height="720"...
Our new seed bags are so easy to open! Watch Rob give a quick demo. Bell Pasture Seeds | (08) 9727 2243 | email@example.com
Flashback to March 1st, 2012 Rob and Terry Bell in a field of Elgin Oats. They re-selected the variety from an older forage variety.
Flashback to 13th January 2000. Robert Bell is the auctioneer, click on the image to read the full article.
Flashback Friday This group of photos is from back in 2005. We're harvesting a Ryegrass crop on our newest addition of a Plot Harvester. Gotta love the umbrella 🙂 [video width="720" height="720"...
We're taking you back to where it all started today. This article outlined the reason Bell Pasture Seeds was brought to life.
The headline said 'It's time to meat the future'. Rob and his daughters made the front page almost 6 years ago to the day on the Countryman Newspaper. The article was about the future of the beef industry.
Nearly 14 years on, we're taking you back to April 2006 when we had the delivery or our seed cleaning machine.
Flashback to 1958 Here is a collection of photos from back in 1958. Forage Harvest - cutting grass for silage.