A KEYLINE EXPERIMENT
Upper left: The main farm road (as seen in aerial photograph, Plate 26) crossing through one of the tree belts.
Upper right: The road and year-old pastures with a tree belt in the background.
Lower right: Newly planted pastures, with trees and rock outcrops in the background.
Lower left: Mixtures of pasture grasses eighteen months old, and now producing good food for fattening cattle.
There are large areas of such virtually untouched land which, with Keyline planning for landscape control, can be developed quickly and economically into highly productive and extremely beautiful farms and grazing properties.