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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Maintaining a sound business management discipline of measuring business performance, using this information for planning and then learning from each year's results, will ensure a healthy and sustainable business... When managing any business, it is good to have both of the following concepts in mind: 1... Regularly monitoring business performance by evaluating indicators of profit, cash flow, net worth, equity and return on capital is the only way of knowing whether failure is only days away, or whether there is capacity to expand and continually improve aspects of the business...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Maintaining a sound business management discipline of measuring business performance, using this information for planning and then learning from each year's results, will ensure a healthy and sustainable business... When managing any business, it is good to have both of the following concepts in mind: 1... Regularly monitoring business performance by evaluating indicators of profit, cash flow, net worth, equity and return on capital is the only way of knowing whether failure is only days away, or whether there is capacity to expand and continually improve aspects of the business...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
To help meet the challenges of managing business risk and generating profits in the complex environment of growing grain, growers can benefit from access to an innovative, reliable information service to better understand the key performance trends of their business... Decisions regarding cost expenditure are typically made without regard to how they will impact on budgeted income... Configuring the output report format is critical in order to maintain grower interest and not over-expose them to too much data analysis information...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
The policy and schedule can help focus purchase decisions on farm efficiency and profitability.. While government rebates, good deals and discounts will come and go, a machinery replacement policy can remove the emotion and provide guidance that reflects the strategic requirements of an individual business over the medium to long term... A machinery replacement policy captures the philosophy of a business towards machinery upgrades and renewal...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
If we want to create long term relationships within our businesses, and with those we deal with, we need to create an environment where all parties have something to gain, no matter the circumstances... In many ways we might say 'there is no model' and 'there are no rules' as we believe there are always opportunities to create efficiencies and economies of scale, but these may vary significantly from business to business... The issues which are faced by family farms may be complex on a range of levels, but we believe the potential to create structural and production efficiencies through collaboration can create enormous benefits...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Author : Rebecca Jennings (From left) Mary Timms from Spalding, Kirsty Tilley from Booborowie, Rachel Trengove, from Spalding, Leanne Stockman from Burra and Nat Sommerville, from Spalding, during a crop walk at the Ground Up Agronomy Day for women... Michelle Bammann of Ground Up Agronomy (centre) shows Rachel Trengove and Mary Timms, both of Spalding, how to assess healthy nodules on the roots of legumes at the Ground Up Agronomy Day for women, Burra, SA... Leanne Stockman, Springvale North, Burra, digs up a clover plant to inspect nodules on the root system at the Ground Up Agronomy Day for women at Burra, SA...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Jock connects his farm to the future.. Although the Grahams have fine-tuned their farming schedule (such as planting a mix of varieties to dodge frost risk and spread out the season for timely management of their own and contracted crops), Jock saw the opportunity to further integrate information and improve business efficiencies... Ask Jock what his vision for the future is, and he is quick to respond: "A fully connected farm, where every animal, every paddock, every trough is remotely monitored; where data from soil probes and weather stations are integrated; where data is collected to drive efficiency and productivity."..
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Jock connects his farm to the future.. Although the Grahams have fine-tuned their farming schedule (such as planting a mix of varieties to dodge frost risk and spread out the season for timely management of their own and contracted crops), Jock saw the opportunity to further integrate information and improve business efficiencies... Ask Jock what his vision for the future is, and he is quick to respond: "A fully connected farm, where every animal, every paddock, every trough is remotely monitored; where data from soil probes and weather stations are integrated; where data is collected to drive efficiency and productivity."..
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Author : Rebecca Jennings (From left) Mary Timms from Spalding, Kirsty Tilley from Booborowie, Rachel Trengove, from Spalding, Leanne Stockman from Burra and Nat Sommerville, from Spalding, during a crop walk at the Ground Up Agronomy Day for women... Michelle Bammann of Ground Up Agronomy (centre) shows Rachel Trengove and Mary Timms, both of Spalding, how to assess healthy nodules on the roots of legumes at the Ground Up Agronomy Day for women, Burra, SA... Leanne Stockman, Springvale North, Burra, digs up a clover plant to inspect nodules on the root system at the Ground Up Agronomy Day for women at Burra, SA...
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Catalogue: GRDC 2014 Research Summaries
Grain and Graze 3 is the third phase of a mixed farming investment by the GRDC... Theme 1 - Enhanced grazing of cropped land Spring varieties of cereal and brassica crops offer a significant potential feed source for Western Australian mixed-farming businesses and can provide improved returns for mixed farmers when implemented across the whole farming system... Most farmers and advisors know that integrated complex mixed farming systems provide better returns than cropping and livestock enterprises individually, because together they help a farmer to better manage business and seasonal risk...
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