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A-Grade Biodynamic Produce since 1988
  • Certified Biodynamic/Organic
  • Grown without GMOs, Hormones or Chemicals
  • 100% Free range & Grass fed
  • Winner of the Western Australia Sustainability Award 

Scientific studies are showing that common agricultural chemicals like glyphosate are showing up in the urine and breast milk of people all around the world. Glyphosate and other farm chemicals generally referred to as “pesticides” (which also include herbicides), are linked in scientific studies to human health problems. If you want to help your family avoid these chemicals, it is important to understand the difference between “grass fed” and “organic” meats.
Only organic and biodynamic certification guarantees food grown without toxic agricultural chemicals. Meat that is labelled as organic or biodynamic certified is your assurance that it is from animals that are naturally grass fed on pastures and land that are not sprayed with chemical poisons. Certified Organic and biodynamic farmers are audited annually and have to account for every input. Toxic farm chemicals and artificial fertilisers cannot be used on certified organic or biodynamic farms, and animals are not treated with veterinary chemicals. “Grass fed” allows toxic agricultural chemicals to be used Meat that is labelled as “grass fed” and is not certified organic or biodynamic, may well come from animals that are grazing on land that is sprayed with agricultural chemicals. In conventional (non organic) agriculture, the spraying of grass with insecticides to kill “bugs” like red-legged earth mite is a common occurrence, and the use of herbicides to kill grass is routine on most farms. The photo below shows a common practice in conventional (non organic) agriculture whereby to prepare land for planting a crop the next year, the farmer sprays the grass with a herbicide like glyphosate in spring and then grazes that sprayed grass with animals. Meat from animals like the sheep in this photo can still be labelled as “grass fed”, because they are grazing on grass.

This photo shows sheep grazing grass that is dead because it has been sprayed with a herbicide. The photo was taken in The Great Southern area of Western Australia in spring 2013. The green grass in the picture is unsprayed and is green because it is in a relatively natural state. The dry dead grass has been sprayed probably about a month before, to kill the grass before it sets seed. The sheep are in the paddock to eat the sprayed grass so there are less grass seeds to germinate in the paddock the next year. Less grass makes it easier for the farmer to sow his crop the following year. Conventional farmers’ main method of killing grass to prepare to plant a crop like wheat or oats is to spray it with herbicides. Organic and biodynamic farmers plough the land to prepare for their crops. Sprayed grass like what is shown in this photo is a common sight in all farming areas. (Photo courtesy of William Newton-Wordsworth and part of the “Stop the Poisons” presentation. If you want to learn more about how your food is grown by organising a presentation for a group of people such as a school P and C, please contact the Newton-Wordsworth [email protected])  The fact that in conventional non organic agriculture the grasses and land are regularly sprayed with poisons to kill insects, or unwanted “weeds”, or to prepare for growing crops or new grasses, is what has been building up chemicals like glyphosate in the soil, water and food that comes from this land. That is why farm chemicals like glyphosate are now showing up in people. They are used so widely in conventional farming, they are now polluting the plants and the food. Buying organic and biodynamic certified food is your only assurance that it is grown without harmful agricultural chemicals like glyphosate. “Grass fed” is simply an assurance that the animals ate grass, but that grass could have been sprayed with chemicals. Studies have shown the health benefits of grass fed meat, and our organic and biodynamic certified meats are all grass fed and we claim these benefits. However, people need to realise that non organic animals could potentially have been grazing on grass growing on land that for example had a GM canola crop growing on it in the previous year and was sprayed multiple times with a range of insecticides and herbicides. If you want to help your family avoid agricultural chemicals in the meals you are preparing, buy and eat certified organic and biodynamic foods!

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Monthly delivery for quality and freshness

Every month you will have the chance to get your freezer filled with our biodynamic premium meat. To ensure 100% quality and freshness, we'll pick every month our best animals to go to our certified abattoir. This means the best quality and freshness for you, less stress and impact on the animals and it gives us the time to care for our animals and the farm. 

Recognised gourmet product
for your health & strength

When Rob Broadfield (Twitter) picked our meat into the top 10 of Western Australia, we were so grateful that our input and vision paid out and got recognised through the taste and quality of our produce. And people are waking up, wanting higher quality food for better health and taste. They get back up from contemporary scientific research, claiming the benefits of biodynamic and grass fed meat.

Organize bulk deliveries and safe money + free delivery

We want to encourage you, to buy in bulk and share it with your family, friends or neighbours. For us it means that you will make our work much easier which we want to reward with discounts and free delivery in and around Perth. This offer is very limited due to our numbers of animals every year. Having less numbers of cattle is one of our keys of success in creating the highest quality meat possible. 

Buy more than $500 worth of meat and get 20% of plus free delivery to your doorstep.
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Who we are:

Williams River Produce is owned and run by Kelly and William Newton-Wordsworth who have been farming biodynamically for 28 years at their property, "Boraning" located half way between Williams and Quindanning, on the Williams River in Western Australia.  Boraning is situated in the rolling hills of some of the most beautiful countryside in Western Australia, just two hours from Perth.

Williams River Produce is a family business committed to clean, healthy agricultural methods and to producing the highest quality foods. Some of our best selling products include our Biodynamic Olives, Olive Oil, Pistachios, Beef and Lamb. A number of our products have been sold at some of the world's top gourmet food stores, including Harvey Nichols in London.

The founders of Williams River Produce have 28 years of experience with making a real difference in their local environment in a number of ways. One of the most significant is their agricultural operation. On their property in Western Australia they have been farming almost 3,000 acres of land bio‐dynamically, using no artificial fertilizers or chemicals and bringing new life to tired soil. In a recent article 'Carbon Farmers of America', titled 'How we fix global warming', Allan Yeomans, states that "the greatest biological source of carbon dioxide feeding the greenhouse effect, comes from the destruction of the fertility of the world’s soils."

Kelly and William Newton‐Wordsworth have been following the methods set out by Alex Podolinsky in Australia for almost 22 years. They have created a paradise on their property, growing biodynamic beef, lamb, olives, pistachios, many fruits and nuts and breeding horses for dressage, eventing and showjumping ( They are green pioneers, not only in biodynamic farming, but also in the move away from monoculture in modern agriculture to creating a diverse range of products and activities on the land.

William and Kelly have opened up the opportunity for the public to come and enjoy the taste sensations of their delicious biodynamic olives, olive oil, pistachios, marmalade, and meat at their biodynamic and organic farm shop, cafe and restaurant. You can also stay in their groovy, colourful, community style accomodation, and relax and enjoy a wander through the rocks and hills of their 2,900 acre property. You can swim in their "biodynamic" lakes and experience a horse back ride, join them in the garden, or pick a piece of ripe fruit as you take a walk through the extensive orchards. Come and experience the magic of Boraning. (

Kelly and William have also been involved in “greening the world” on their own property. In 2008 they won the Landcare award for their district. Kelly also won the “Australian Broadcasting Rural woman of the year award” for the whole of the great Southern region of Western Australia, in 1996. 
For many years they have been planting thousands of trees (over 100,000) simply for conservation purposes. In addition to planting native trees, with their additional desire to green their farm in a commercial way, they have planted thousands of “food producing” trees such as pistachios, olives, oranges, almonds, pecans and numerous other fruit and nut crops in smaller numbers.  They have now turned their hands to producing products from these raw materials, such as olive oil, olives in brine, marmalade, fig jam, meats and pistachios, that they are wholesaling throughout Australia, and internationally. They sell their olive oil and marmalade at Harvey Nichols in London, with now interest from Harrods in all of their products. William and Kelly, have pioneered a microcosm of what is possible on a much wider scale. Having proved the validity of bio‐dynamic farming on all fronts, they want to now bring their knowledge and practical skills to the macrocosm. The theory, being that if they can succeed with this method of farming on 3,000 acres, then any farmers can do this.

More information:

Williams River Produce
10845 Pinjarra-Williams Rd
Williams, WA, 6391, Australia
Abn: 38 089 099 579
Tel: (08) 98851181
Fax: (08) 98851165
Email: [email protected]

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