Beerenberg's Provenance Project

The Beerenberg Provenance Project is a celebration of rural farmers and their produce across Australia.
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The Woodside farm is owned and run by the Onus family. Siblings Jess and Will Onus spend their days mustering the black angus cattle and their cattle dogs are pretty handy too.  Photo by Ted O’DOnnell for the #BBprovenanceproject  The Beerenberg Provenance Project is a project in celebration of rural farmers and their produce, across Australia. We believe in supporting Australian farmers.

The Woodside farm is owned and run by the Onus family. Siblings Jess and Will Onus spend their days mustering the black angus cattle and their cattle dogs are pretty handy too. Photo by Ted O’DOnnell for the #BBprovenanceproject The Beerenberg Provenance Project is a project in celebration of rural farmers and their produce, across Australia. We believe in supporting Australian farmers.

Thompson Buffalo; Mother and calf. Photographed by Dan Wood for the Beerenberg Provenance Project

Thompson Buffalo; Mother and calf. Photographed by Dan Wood for the Beerenberg Provenance Project

Thompson Buffalo; Mother and calf. Photographed by Dan Wood for the Beerenberg Provenance Project

Thompson Buffalo; Mother and calf. Photographed by Dan Wood for the Beerenberg Provenance Project

Camel milk? A look at the health benefits and you might be queuing for a camel latte sooner than you think. Photo by Dan Wood.

Camel milk? A look at the health benefits and you might be queuing for a camel latte sooner than you think. Photo by Dan Wood.

Doesn't get much cuter than this. A moment of farm life captured by Ted O'Donnell for the #BBProvenanceProject.   We’ll be featuring some of the best images from each farm story in an exhibition called The Honesty Box next month in Sydney. Stay tuned for details.   The Beerenberg Provenance Project is a project in celebration of rural farmers and their produce across Australia. We believe in supporting Australian farmers. For more on #Woodside and the #BBProvenanceProject

Doesn't get much cuter than this. A moment of farm life captured by Ted O'Donnell for the #BBProvenanceProject. We’ll be featuring some of the best images from each farm story in an exhibition called The Honesty Box next month in Sydney. Stay tuned for details. The Beerenberg Provenance Project is a project in celebration of rural farmers and their produce across Australia. We believe in supporting Australian farmers. For more on #Woodside and the #BBProvenanceProject

He looks intimidating but really these Black Angus Cattles are the friendliest. Thanks Ted O’Donnell for this beautiful shot. To view the whole Woodside story and other great rural farm stories click here bit.ly/1zwNIEs  The Beerenberg Provenance Project is a project in celebration of rural farmers and their produce, across Australia. We believe in supporting Australian farmers.

He looks intimidating but really these Black Angus Cattles are the friendliest. Thanks Ted O’Donnell for this beautiful shot. To view the whole Woodside story and other great rural farm stories click here bit.ly/1zwNIEs The Beerenberg Provenance Project is a project in celebration of rural farmers and their produce, across Australia. We believe in supporting Australian farmers.

The Beerenberg Provenance Project is a project in celebration of rural farmers and their produce, across Australia. This is Will, he tends to the Black Angus Cattle on Woodside Farm. We believe in supporting Australian farmers. Photo by Ted O'Donnell for the Beeenberg Provenance Project

The Beerenberg Provenance Project is a project in celebration of rural farmers and their produce, across Australia. This is Will, he tends to the Black Angus Cattle on Woodside Farm. We believe in supporting Australian farmers. Photo by Ted O'Donnell for the Beeenberg Provenance Project

Black Angus cattle, from the Woodside farm in Gundagai, NSW in a swirl of outback dust. Photo by Ted O'Donnell for the Beerenberg Provenance Project

Black Angus cattle, from the Woodside farm in Gundagai, NSW in a swirl of outback dust. Photo by Ted O'Donnell for the Beerenberg Provenance Project

The Beerenberg Provenance Project is a celebration of Aussie farmers and their produce and this week we pay tribute to the Onus Family and their Angus Cattle farm, Woodside. All images captured by Ted O’Donnell.

The Beerenberg Provenance Project is a celebration of Aussie farmers and their produce and this week we pay tribute to the Onus Family and their Angus Cattle farm, Woodside. All images captured by Ted O’Donnell.

Two months into Autumn and we’re already longing for summer sunsets. This one, in a far North Queensland mango orchard was captured by @PathsLessTravelled for #BBprovenanceproject  The Beerenberg Provenance Project is a project in celebration of rural farmers and their produce, across Australia. We believe in supporting Australian farmers.

Two months into Autumn and we’re already longing for summer sunsets. This one, in a far North Queensland mango orchard was captured by @PathsLessTravelled for #BBprovenanceproject The Beerenberg Provenance Project is a project in celebration of rural farmers and their produce, across Australia. We believe in supporting Australian farmers.

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