Farms Advice Podcast
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Farms Advice PodcastMay 02, 2022
Farm Yarns with Simon Matear
Farms Advice Podcast Farm Yarns dives into the guest to give you the listener a behind the scenes look into what drives some of Australia's leaders and innovators in Australian agriculture. On this episode we have Simon Matear from Wagga Wagga who runs a cattle enterprise with his family. Whilst having the implementation skills of getting agtech to work for them, we will dive into see what drives him, what his morning routine looks like and how it may differ or be similar to yours.
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Make Better Decisions In The Paddock | Simon Matear
When the cattle have more time out in the paddock you know that can only mean good things! This episode we're jumping back into the Optiweigh series with Simon Matear from Wagga Wagga. Running the families grazing business focusing on breeding and production of high quality Angus Cattle. Mostly selling through feedlots, processors as well as the surplus stock going into the restocker market.
Optiweigh for in-paddock livestock weighing. Optiweigh is the most significant step forward in livestock weighing in over 30 years. With built-in functionality and complete mobility, Optiweigh has solved the problem of in-paddock weighing and delivers tangible benefits to any size cattle operation.
Find the full series on FarmsAdvice.com.au
Farm Yarns with Our Cow Founders
The Journey of Our Cow | Bianca and David Tarrant
Farm Yarns with Nikki Henderson
This Farm Yarn we talk with Nikki Henderson from Henderson Livestock consulting. She just featured in the Optiweigh series as one of the early adopters of the piece of technology on their farm and also now on her clients operations. But after all of the farming chat and business elements to it all it's great to find out who Nikki is, what motivates her and who she looks to for inspiration.
Listen to this episode and her other episode finding the opportunities on-farm.
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Is it worth changing the land ownership before you die? Justyna Balowska
Is it worth changing the land ownership before you die? In this episode on the Farms Advice Podcast we dive back into Beyond The Tax Return with the team from Byfields. This episode is left of field and around the corner when you might not be thinking of it all the time but it is an important topic to have with your family going through the succession.
Finding The Opportunities On-Farm | Nikki Henderson
This week's episode we're with Optiweigh for an 8 episode series talking all things agtech and how it is working with Australian cattle producers. Nikki Henderson who runs their farm with her partner but her main role is consulting with other farmers with Henderson Livestock. From nutrition to in paddock weighing and how the appetite for her clients to turn to agtech is allowing them to find the opportunities on their own farms.
Farm Yarns with Simon Wright
Early adopter mindset with Agtech | Simon Wright
The Optiweigh series with Farms Advice Podcast highlighting the early adopters of Australian agtech from a cattle producers side. With Optiweigh's in-paddock weighing proving it's worth time again. It's Simon Wright on today's episode that is a 5th generation farmer who is looking at nurturing the 6th generation through his kids. Coming from a high rain fall area in the New England he states "we're often the lasts one into the drought, but that can also mean that we're the last ones out of the drought". He grew up on his farm and went away to Orange Agricultural College to broaden his horizons. With 10 years going past he collected some live and business experience. Having come home in his late twenties right when the average age for kids returning to the family farm being the age of 27.
He talks about his mindset leaning towards being an early adopter and how it can pay dividends further down the line and open up other opportunities like carbon farming. He is always looking to upskill and educate himself and is running a solid operation.
"You can't expect yourself to know everything". Simon states having the right people around his has helped him improve their families position within the farming game.
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Farm Yarns with Emily Perkins
This weeks Farms Yarn with Emily Perkins. We dive in to find out who's behind the audio this week and what drives them. From what resources they lean into and onto what they're thoughts are on the current state of agriculture.
Agtech and Agistment | Emily Perkins
Welcome to the Farms Advice Podcast farmers! This episode is part of the Optiweigh partnership to bring you the stories of producers leading the way with data. Is data king on your farm? When will it be? Asking these questions through the series and with Emily Perkins who operates a herd of her own both on their main farm and on agistment country over five hours away
Make sure you listen to the full series of episodes coming out soon. If you liked this episode please leave the Podcast a review so that we can find other farmers looking for the same answers as you.
Farm Yarns with Bill Mitchell
Farm Yarns this week is with Bill Mitchell from Optiweigh. It agriculture it's hard to find out any trade secretes or motivations of the people that are making the industry tick along. Bill has a full schedule with running the family farm with unsurprising, his family. He is also running Optiweigh the recent agtech for cattle producers and soon to be for sheep producers to. But enough about that, in this episode you'll find out more about what drives Bill to do the things that he loves. Why he does it and the resources he has used as a reference to building his startup.
Data Leads To Productivity Lift For Farmers | Optiweigh Series
Farms Advice Podcast focuses on growing agribusinesses and the individuals that work within them across Australia. How can we improve and optimise what we're doing each and every day. A scary fact is that most farmers on average only have 50 seasons of farming. If you look at it like that then it doesn't seem much. So why not look for solutions to save your time and money in the long run.
This week we launch the Optiweigh Connecting Data To Productivity series and extremely happy to partner with Bill and the growing team up in the Hills of Armidale, New England region. With over 300 Optiweigh's out in the paddocks of Australian farmers you can start to see that Bill has moved pass the early adopters and is gaining solid momentum into the global markets.
Find out what's happening with in-paddock weighing versus bringing your cattle to the yards each time to weigh them.Links:
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Farm Yarns with Jim Cooper
Welcome to this weeks Farm Yarns with Jim Cooper from Terragen. As a new segment to the Farms Advice Podcast we like to show you who is behind the audio and find how what motivates and educates our guests on the show. From farmers to CEO's of Agtech companies, we have some amazing guests on the show and Jim is just one of those. You'll get some real gems out of this episode and see how it might work for you as well. Have a favourite book, let us know!
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How Biological Products Can Work For Farmers | Jim Cooper
This weeks Farms Advice Podcast is with Jim Cooper, the CEO of Terragen which an innovative agricultural biologicals company, which originated in Australia is a progressive biological company. With the price of inputs where they are currently it is becoming more common for farmers looking for alternatives to urea and also supplements for their livestock. With the Mylo product currently servicing the dairy industry they're seeing some great data from the results achieve so far.
Jim was super easy to talk with and transparent about what's happening with the industry biological products available and how his company is allowing farmers to access an alternative and one that is to be more sustainable. Listen to this episode and let us know what you think. We're producing the best content for farmers to get the right information that could possibly help out a farmer. If you like this episode make sure to leave us a review so that other farmers can find us too.Links:
Listen and subscribe to the Farms Advice Podcast wherever you listen to your podcasts. Thank you for supporting an Australian farmer led podcast. If you like this episode make sure to leave us a review so that other farmers can find us too.
Farm Yarns with Lachlan Dow
One of the new segments on the Farms Advice Podcast is Farm Yarns. Any segment we go through and find out who that person is behind the audio of the previous full episode on the podcast. Find out what inspires them what motivates them and also the resources that they go to to learn more about their role or about the outside life of what their role is.
This week on farm yards we have Lachlan down from CSIRO. He is a postdoctoral research are studying microbes and how they can impact the way a crop is grown both positively and negatively. So hopefully that you can get something out of this episode one element that you can use as your own motivation, use the same resources that they do and improve your own enterprise at home and your own personal development that's what it's all about.
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Can We Identify Microbes as Farmers? | Lachlan Dow
G'day and welcome to this weeks episode on the Farms Advice podcast. Jumping back into our Farm Yarns with Lachlan Dow from CSIRO. We dive in to see how microbes are impacting Australian agriculture both in a positive and negative format and how as farmers on the ground can identify where our soils are going wrong and how we can replicate the soils that are improving the years of our crops. Lachlan Tao is a postdoctoral research with CSIRO and is enabling Australian farmers from his own research of how we can improve the soils that grow the crops of today with this year we are actually having the biggest year on record it's estimated that over 23,000,000 ha are planted. So why did we get Lachlan Dow onto the podcast he is a biologist chemist specialising in photo synthetic organisms and bacteria is previous works been included with chemical ecology advanced microscopic photosynthesis analytical chemistry and synthetic chemistry what has he done within the science field and how is playing out in his role currently down in Canberra.
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Three Ways To Structure Your Farm Business | Scott Smith
Three ways to structure your farm business discussed on this episode:
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Talking With The Financial Bloke | Ben Law
G'day farmers, welcome back to another cracking episode of the farms vice podcast. On this episode we take a snippet out of the financial blokes podcast. I was recently on his episode to discuss the journey of Farms Advice podcast and how I have gathered different pieces of information across the different 115 episodes with Jess from all across Australia and a few across the globe. Ben is very keen on passing on the Farms Advice so I think him for having me on his podcast as he is at the very start with his podcasting journey as well.
Coming from a family farming background in the Liverpool Plains New South Wales, Ben was able to put together his knowledge of farming and business into a career or financial advising and now in to his current role. Find out all there is to know about Ben and Jack the host of the Farms Advice Podcast in this episode
The Rising Risks of Biosecurity On-Farm | GPA Australia
Will be discussing:
Vehicle movement programs
Prevention versus intervention
The cost of by security and the level invested versus the amount saved
On-farm record keeping
A buyer security training course that you can all undertake
Plant Health Australia
DAWE - Biosecurity
Farm Yarns with Daniel Fischl
G'day farmers, this week we yarn with Daniel Fischl from Eartrumpet Consulting and Padardis as a form agtech for the viticulture industry. Daniel opens up his thoughts to be challenged and looking for outside information. When you put 50 winemakers in a room you're going to receive very similar answers. He looks upon the indigenous ways of managing landscapes and water through 1000s of years of knowledge being built up.
Did you like this episode? Can relate to what Daniel goes through as an early stage startup as the result of 25 years of knowledge in the labs and now out in the vineyards across the world. Daniel looks to journal articles within and outside of viticulture. He loves to go to global farmers to see how he can take the expertise or #FarmsAdvice of how they run their own operation.
Wine recommendation is Linnaea as their own brand hitting the market from Melbourne. Take these questions and answer them youself and see what you come up with. Maybe, even put it to your farm team!
How To Reduce Water Use and Improve Wine Quality | Daniel Fischl
G'day farmers, welcome to this weeks episode where we dive into agtech within vineyards but with all the similar concepts and values of broadacre and livestock farmers. We have Daniel Fischl on from Padardis, which is a new agritech company derived from years of research in the lab and now more so in the vineyards. Daniel is fighting a much needed problem within viticulture and how vineyards can save time, costs and preserve their flavours by utilising their toolkit on their own enterprise.
With a cracking example in this episode we find out that the amount of watering either increase or decrease can dramatically impact the flavour, taste and value of the wine on offer from the vines. Keen to know more about Padardis or even Eartrumpet Consulting? Hit the links below to get all of the flavours.
Farms Advice is a podcast for Australian farmers who are looking to do more. With the top 10% tuning in and listening, we're really after the 90% of non-listeners so that be can move mountains for the industry and for us as individuals. Jack is on his family farm too, listening and implementing what is broadcasted on the Farms Advice Podcast.
Farm Yarns with Gavin O'Brien
This weeks Farm Yarn is with Gavin O'Brien and Jack Cresswell, the host of the Farms Advice Podcast. We dive into who the person is behind the audio with this yarn and see who inspires them, where they find the motivation and the resources that up skill them. Gavin O'Brien started out on sheep stations in the Riverina of Southern NSW.
From his morning routine of looking out the window to see what he's dealing with. Just like most farmers, if it's rained overnight the kettle goes on and out measuring the mm. To his first memory on farm dealing with Suffolk sheep with the old faithful sheep dog. Listen to find out the full story.
Just like others in and outside the industry Gavin is inspired by those who have "made something their own, and taken it to the next level". Relating this back to Australian agriculture, we have the top 10% producers who have the right attitude towards growing their agribusiness. Really enjoyed this episode and we're getting a lot out of these new segments of Farm Yarns.
Supporting Growth in Ag with Private Capital | Ben Craw
G'day farmers, welcome back to this Tuesday's episode. It's flying through winter with today the shortest day of the year. Today's episode has been much anticipated for myself as I have a huge interest in the workings of transformation debt and equity capital within Australian agriculture. We've been keen to lock this episode in to talk to Ben Craw from Oxley Capital Partners about his role at his newish firm and how it plays out for Australian agriculture.
How To Prepare For Planting | Gavin O'Brien
G'day farmers! This episode has been released on a Sunday for those out spraying, planting. We have Gavin O’Brien, who is CNH Industrial’s Seeding and Tillage Territory Manager for NSW and QLD. In addition to growing up on the land, Gavin works across the Flexicoil and Horwood Bagshaw range so he’s well equipped to talk about getting the most out of your sowing.
EOFY Tax Planning 2022 | Jack Hayes
G'day farmers, have you compiled your tax for 2021/22 financial year? We'd hope you're coming to the end of it as we wrap up another financial year for the Farms Advice Podcast. Today on the show we hear from Jack Hayes from the team of Byfields Business Advisers. This time of year is manic for accountants and usually farmers getting their crops in for the season. Tune into this episode and let us know what you'd like to know for the 2022/23 tax year.
FMD Definition: The Farm Management Deposits (FMD) scheme allows eligible primary producers to set aside pre-tax income from their primary production activities during years of high income. The income can then be drawn in future years as needed. Primary producers can include FMDs as part of their risk-management strategy.
Farm Yarns with Dr. Paul Melloy
Welcome to this weeks Farm Yarns with Dr. Paul Melloy and Jack Cresswell as the host. Dive into each guest as they come onto the show and share their own experiences, what drives them, books they couldn't put down and who inspires them. From world renowned authors to local Aussie heroes inspiring our agricultural expertise out in the paddock to the lab. This is Farms Advice Podcast's Farm Yarns.
This week with Dr. Paul Melloy. He is a research fellow from the University of Queensland and a Plant Disease Modeller, which goes on to benefit you as a farmer. Enjoy this episode for some light heartedness as we find out who is Paul.
Plant Disease Modelling in Broadacre | Dr. Paul Melloy
This farmers, is a fantastic episode to wrap your ears around for the hours in the tractor. Whether you're still going in the tractor planting this years crop or you've luckily finished and enjoying some early rain especially along the East coast of Australia. Dr. Paul Melloy is a research fellow out of University of Queensland and has had his hand on the pulse for plant disease and how farmers can identify and prevent yield loss in their own crop.
Paul goes through the different apps available that are discussed on the episode so take a look and download if they're for you:
Blackleg canola manager (BlackLegCM) BlacklegCM- Blackleg Management App | Agriculture and Food
Sclerotinia canola manager (SclerotiniaCM) SclerotiniaCM - Sclerotinia Management App | Agriculture and Food
Yellow spot wheat manager (YellowSpotWM) YellowSpotWM - Yellow leaf spot management | Agriculture and Food
Stipe rust wheat manager (StripeRustWM) StripeRustWM | Agriculture and Food
Powdery mildew mungbean manager (PowderyMildewMBM) PowderyMildew MBM - Powdery Mildew management app for mungbean | Agriculture and Foo
The team is also working on delivering new crop disease models, such as: spatial risk of black spot in field pea; net-blotch in barley, Ascochyta blight in chickpeas and the soon to be released upper canopy infection tool in canola (UCI BlacklegCM).
The Grains Research and Development corporation (GRDC) are funding this work and anticipate if these apps are more widely adopted grain crop yield losses of at least 10%, due to disease, could be saved.
The “Disease epidemiology, modelling and delivery of management decision support tools” project I am working on is led by Jean Galloway and includes collaborating institutions and experts from across the country. All our models are built on up to 30 years of research trial data from all major growing regions.
You can catch Paul on Twitter at @PaulMelloy as this is where we found him for the podcast. Twitter can be a great resource for you as a farmer or someone who services the industry to stay connected and abreast of what is happening in the paddock or in the lab modelling for plant disease as Paul Melloy has been doing.
Find all of the Farms Advice Podcast episodes and also Paul's Farm Yarns episode coming out on Friday.
Farm Yarns with Simon Foley
Welcome to the very first segment of Farm Yarns on the Farms Advice Podcast with Simon Foley and Jack Cresswell as the host. Dive into each guest as they come onto the show and share their own experiences, what drives them, books they couldn't put down and who inspires them. From world renowned authors to local Aussie heroes inspiring our agricultural expertise out in the paddock to the lab. This is Farms Advice Podcast's Farm Yarns.
This week with Simon Foley. He is a the General Manager for Agworld for Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Enjoy this episode for some light heartedness as we find out who is Paul.
Integrating Agtech For Farmers Advantage | Simon Foley
Welcome back to the Beyond Record Keeping series with Agworld on the Farms Advice Podcast. This episode we speak with the GM of Australia, NZ and South Africa. Jack and Simon have a great conversations around what is happening in agricultural technology and where it's evolving and how it can further benefit farmers just like YOU right across Australia and the globe. Come with us as we dive into the new integrations of what is happening with Agworld as they build the value for Australian farmers who want to improve what they're recording with digital records.
Simon Foley joined Agworld as General Manager for Australia, New Zealand and South Africa in September 2014. Simon has 25 years experience in broadacre grain farming systems extending from in field production agronomics to farm and business management. Prior to joining Agworld, Simon consulted to farm businesses across WA and held senior management roles in a boutique funds management company focussed on agricultural investments. He holds an Agricultural Science (Hons) degree from the University of Western Australia.
Safe Farms Leading into Planting Season | Shay Clifford
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Farming in Tasmania's Record Breaking Soils | Michael Nichols
In partnership with Agworld we bring you this episode. It is as diverse as it gets from the Tasmanian soils proving their worth with the types of crops that Michael farms alongside his family and his one time full-time worker. From his wheat to potatoes paddocks we dive into what drives his operation. In his area potatoes are king! With the recent 50mm it's a bit short of their usual rainfall of 1250mm each year.
Michael had thought that moving to Agworld would be a good decision for his farm to reduce the amount of paper work when looking at compliance for high valued crops and also ensuring he knows what has happened and what activities have been.
Types of crops they have on farm:
- Simplot Peas (Green Peas)
- Buck Wheat
- Ground Beans
Fun fact: Their average paddock would be around 10ha and they hold the record for highest yielding wheat crop in Australia at 13.1 tonne/ha.
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Should Family Farms Use Trusts? | Ryan Naughton
G'day farmers! You're in for a special episode and very topical with trusts used right across Australia for family farms and regional businesses. Should family farms continue to use trusts as a way to limit tax in good years? Listen into this episode of Beyond the Tax Return series with Ryan Naughton.
3 Challenges for Australian Grain Producers | Matthew Madden
G'day Farmers! Welcome back to the GPA series who we have partnered up with to being you the challenges and successes they're having advocating for all Australian grain producers across Australia. Today on the show Matthew Madden joins be from Moree NSW. Let us know what you think of this episode with a review in Apple or Spotify podcasts.
Managing Macadamia Farms through Digital Records | Theunis Smit
This is our 100th episode of Farms Advice Podcast. We're proud to partner with Agworld to bring you the conversations of operations, farmer owners and PHD scholars to give you insights into how they're operating Beyond Record Keeping.
Theunis Smit is working with the Macadamia Farm Management crew of 300+ workers at any one time. With this workforce comes a lot of responsibility on the individual but also on the managers. Theunis was biting at the bit when he had the opportunity to bring on a piece of agtech that would go on to help with their operating of Macadamia farms across the East Coast of Australia. As they're dealing with investors, they want to know where there money is going so inventory is a big one for them. Also looking at how they can improve their orchards and breakdown any inconsistency.
What I liked about this story specifically was the way he dealt with the employees adopting the agtech. He was able to get around the barrier by providing the tools each tractor needed to get the job done. He went and bought every one an iPad in order to utilise the products straight away and that they wouldn't see an adoption lag and then early adopters. This has brought the company together and allowed for greater transparency on and off-farm.
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How A Family Orchard Uses Data On-farm | Mitch McNab
We're proud to partner with the team at Agworld to be bring you the stories of success and challenges within horticulture. This episode we go down to Victoria to walk down the apple isle at McNab Orchard's. Mitch McNab is running the family orchard along side his partner and parents. With seasonal labour as his farm they're able to get stuck into harvest.
Let us know what you thought of this episode and share it with your farming mates so that we can reach more farmers right across Australia.
Beyond Record Keeping in the Agworld | Michael Gilbert
Today's episode is in partnership with Agworld. A data-driven application made for a stronger, future-ready farm business. Try it out today in the link with a 7-day trial. As Farms Advice Podcast we are proud to partner with such forward thinking agribusinesses and Agworld is one of those. We want to bring you the tools, techniques and technology needed to become a successful future farmer. Share the #FarmsAdvice with this episode. Stay tuned for the rest of the series in April.
Keep on farming!
What Does The Federal Budget Mean For Farmers? Eamonn Lanagan
What does the federal budget mean for Aussie farmers? Find out in this bonus episode from the Beyond The Tax Return Series with the team at Byfields. Eamonn Lanagan joins us to explain it and the outlook for farmers across Australia.
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How Grain Producers Are Moving The Dial | Barry Large
Welcome to the Farms Advice Podcast for today’s episode. We have partnered with Grain Producers Australia to bring you the much needed conversations of ”moving the needle for grain producers” We’ll discover what drives grain producers, how they’re positioned within the global markets and we’ll be kicking it off with the Chair Barry Large. Would also like to thank Colin for supporting the podcast and the direction we’re going. Let’s get into it.
In The Review Mirror for March 2022 | Farms Advice Podcast
How The Best Employers STAND out | Cameron Robert
Happy Tuesday Farmers! If you FARM it, SERVICE it, or LOVE it. We have a cracking episode for you to listen into. This episode we speak with Cameron Robert from the Byfields Northam team as he's a manager. This is part of the Beyond The Tax Return series II as we dive into what drives an agribusiness and how farmers can improve both their paddocks and mind. Make sure you follow @farmsadvice on socials and share it with your mates.
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Finding Faults On Farm | Paul Thompson
G'day! It's another Tuesday and that means a Farms Advice episode for you to drive into work or home to listen to. This episode we dive into how Paul invented the fault finder and how he has gone on to supply the industry of Pakton products. You might even be using them yourself.
Providing Sustainable Research for Beef Producers | Ryan Honor
Farmers, we missed the Tuesday gate but straight out for a 20 minute ride with Ryan Honor as a Beef Extension Officer. We chat about being open minded about trialling new technologies from satellite imagery looking at your grounds cover overall. Using this we can use this to know where our cattle can run. He's punchy and knows his stuff. Share this episode with those who FARM it, SERVICE it, or just LOVE it.
Processing Lamb Through Quality Data | Will Barton
G'day farmers, this week on the podcast we have Will Barton from Gundagai lamb. They have been around for 50 years but just recently have opened up a lamb abattoir for their region. With data at the heart of what not only just they do, but the information fed back to farmers as well.
Enjoy this episode and share it with another lamb producer.
Make 2022 The Safest Year On-Farm | Shay Clifford
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The Supply Chain In A Pandemic | Noel Ainsworth
G'day! We have a special bonus episode for you this week from the APEN 2022 conference as we partnered with for this years event on Feb 9th-11th. If you enjoy the episode make sure you take the 2 seconds it takes to share it with your mates on your social media!
Getting Started with Off-Farm Investments | Simon Boyd
Farmers! Have you thought about off-farm investments to help offset your income or to provide equity for you later down the track? We have the Byfields team back for another year of Beyond The Tax Return with Simon Boyd kicking it off for the first one.
Types of investments talked about:
- Bitcoin and NFTs
- Shares and ETFs
- Property Investments
Both host and guest are not financial advisers so please seek professional help when looking at your finances.
Facilitating Change and Building Capacity on Farms | Ruth Nettle
G'day farmers! and welcome to the farms advice podcast where we talk everything agribusiness.
Kicking off the second episode for 2022 with our recent podcast partnership with APEN 2022 Conference. The Australasia-Pacific Extension Network that looks at this years theme of “facilitating change and the Opportunity from Disruption”. This sums up what we’ve been through in the last 5 years with droughts, floods, fires and pandemics to really spice things up. A trying time for farmers as the supply chain has been tested 10x times over.
I’m really excited to bring to you a selection of the finest guests from the APEN network and to kick us off is Ruth Nettle. Her work in Dairy, the Cooperative Joint Venture in Capacity building and in projects such as the Rural Research and Development for Profit – private sector project – has encompassed very practically based projects which look at assisting change on farms as well as developing extension profession and capacity. – hence, supporting APEN’s mission in promoting the role of extension in rural change.
Let’s get into it.
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