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EOFY Planning. If It’s Not Done Now – Do It Immediately

Dealing with competing priorities to be June 30 ready What a beautiful rain our area has had, I’m hoping that everyone got most of what they wanted. It could be said that the rain came just when the forecasters predicted it – they did say a wet autumn followed by a wet winter. Many of…

In Dibbo’s words – an interview with Mike

As most of our clients know, Dibbo uses the power of P2PAgri software to underpin the management and financial analyses behind our reports. Tune in to “Your Farm Business Podcast” to hear P2P’s developer, Mike Krause, as he interviews Dibbo around how this works in episode 6 – Farm business info: Easier & more powerful.…

The important conversations you need to have

The important conversations you need to have

One thing is certain… circumstances will change. Running a rural or agricultural business often means that family, business and personal matters are closely intertwined, and as the business transitions from one generation to the next, change is inevitable. Things won’t always go smoothly, and change can increase the likelihood of conflict, but don’t let it…

Lightening the load: Building personal and business resilience

Lightening the load – building personal and business resilience

Running an intergenerational farming business goes hand in hand with unpredictable production outputs, fluctuations in income and other financial and seasonal stresses. Being at the mercy of so many external factors can also lead to more personal stresses, such as feeling overwhelmed or a fear of failure.

‘Healthy, wealthy and wise’ isn’t just a saying – it’s now well known that your personal and financial wellbeing are closely intertwined.

The good news is, there are some everyday actions you can take to help build both personal resilience and a more resilient business.

Agricultural Business Advice South Australia

Navigating drought loan applications

There is no doubt that drought has affected us all, in one way or another – personally and financially.

For farming businesses, access to finance is an important aspect of recovering from drought and planning for long-term business sustainability. And while there are several drought support initiatives available for farming businesses and families, the application and approval processes can be onerous and time consuming.