The ethical omnivore: How farmers are changing the way we eat

Karen Hardy
By Karen Hardy
Updated August 15 2020 - 2:16am, first published August 10 2020 - 2:00pm
Farmer and breeder Kim Kiss with Roger the Magnificent, the elder statesman of the Summerlad heritage breeding stock. Picture: Alan Benson

Grant Hilliard was an aspiring filmmaker, working in restaurants as a manager and sommelier to make ends meet. About 15 years ago it dawned on him there was something peculiar about the fact that wines were justly fussed over for their pedigree, genetics and terrier, but meat was largely generic, regardless of the breed or production method or place..

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Karen Hardy

Karen Hardy

Canberra Times lifestyle reporter

I've covered a few things here at The Canberra Times over the years, from sport to education. But now I get to write about the fun stuff - where to eat, what to do, places to go, people to see. Let me know about your favourite things. Email: karen.hardy@canberratimes.com.au

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