In this insightful podcast episode, Michael Gooden, Murray Richardson, and Charlie Arnott discuss the complexities of diversifying enterprises in the agricultural sector. From understanding risk profiles to managing stocking rates and integrating different species, they delve into the challenges and benefits of making strategic decisions for a more robust and sustainable farming business. Tune in to learn how to balance financial viability, ecological outcomes, and personal satisfaction in the pursuit of a diversified agricultural journey.
This season we’ve teamed up with Highland Beef Pastoral a grass-fed beef supply chain servicing the growing US grass-fed market.
The Highland Beef program uses an innovative model looking to change the way farmers and customers interact.
Essentially this Australian-owned business place cattle on their member graziers’ properties at their expense and provides farmers competitive returns for every kg of beef produced, allowing their graziers to focus on improving their businesses in a capital-free, risk-free environment.
If you’re interested in finding out more about this program visit hbpastoral.com.au/charliearnott.
Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our host Charlie Arnott. Our producer is Rhys Jones of Yaga Media. And, of course, we are grateful for our sponsors, Patreon supporters, and listeners.
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