Understanding your farm's performance - Tumbarumba

Understanding your farm's performance - Tumbarumba

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Murray Local Land Services and your local community group invite you to:

Intro to understanding your farm’s performance with Paul Blackshaw
 Not sure what information you should be collecting?
 Do you collect information but not sure what to do with it?
 Want to understand how your farm is performing?
 Where to best focus your efforts or investments?

Paul Blackshaw has extensive experience as a Rural Financial Counsellor, as a Farm Business Economist with VIC DPI and is now a farm business advisor with Meridian Agriculture, providing farm business financial analysis and succession planning.

Paul was responsible for the Livestock Farm Monitor report project - identifying profitability factors in farm businesses. Paul manages a small cropping farm near Rutherglen.

Sessions will cover:
 What makes a highly profitable farm and what these farmers do differently (production, financial & personal)
 Why analyse or measure your own business?
 Tips for creating and personalising your accounting system
 Creating a livestock inventory that’s useful
 What information is important to collect to start monitoring your farms performance and how you could use this info down the track

These events are specifically designed to demonstrate what you COULD be doing on your farm over the next 12 months. No farm or financial figures required on the day.

PLUS a short session to help you get started on your compulsory Farm Biosecurity Plan will be offered.

MON 18 SEPT 2017 Tumbarumba Elms Motel

THURS 28 SEPT 2017 Burrumbuttock-Wirraminna, Environmental Education Centre  Supported by Riverina Sheep Breeders & West Hume Landcare

TIME: 9.00 am – 12.30 pm

Cost: Free! Morning Tea provided

RSVPs essential (by 3 days prior to each event, as events with not enough participants will be cancelled)  Contact Gen Guest 0409 077 254 genevieve.reardon@lls.nsw.gov.au 

These events are are are are possible through support from the Australian National Landcare program and your local community / producer group.

Click 
here for a copy of the event flyer