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By joining their businesses and applying a set of governing principles, Loxton growers John Gladigau and Robin Schaefer have gone from farming 4000 to 9000 hectares.. I knew I wanted a structure that would enable the integrity and heritage of the family farm to be maintained, while at the same time implementing efficient and profitable business practices," John says... Robin and John believe the future is in larger farms, and collaborative agreements offer opportunities for expansion without losing the integrity of the family's assets...
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Collaboration brings corporate performance to family farming.. I knew I wanted a structure that would enable the integrity and heritage of the family farm to be maintained, while at the same time implementing efficient and profitable business practices," John says... Robin and John believe the future is in larger farms, and collaborative agreements offer opportunities for expansion without losing the integrity of the family's assets...
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Farmers who have the capacity to run a profitable business amid challenging circumstances such as increased seasonal variability tend to have common characteristics, the 5th World Congress on Conservation Agriculture was told... David Gray, a development officer with the Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia (DAFWA), studied the business behaviours of resilient farmers in WA and identified six common characteristics: scanning the business environment for opportunities, changes, trends; engaging in contingency planning; building flexibility into the business; actively building relationships with others including growers, agronomists, suppliers; and continually experimenting and making innovations... The first characteristic common to all was the practice of scanning the business environment for changes, trends, emerging opportunities or threats...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Farmers who have the capacity to run a profitable business amid challenging circumstances such as increased seasonal variability tend to have common characteristics, the 5th World Congress on Conservation Agriculture was told... David Gray, a development officer with the Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia (DAFWA), studied the business behaviours of resilient farmers in WA and identified six common characteristics: scanning the business environment for opportunities, changes, trends; engaging in contingency planning; building flexibility into the business; actively building relationships with others including growers, agronomists, suppliers; and continually experimenting and making innovations... The first characteristic common to all was the practice of scanning the business environment for changes, trends, emerging opportunities or threats...
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