Taking Stock available to all

30 Nov, 2018 12:00 PM
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Sessions take place on farm, are private and confidential, and aim to help farmers map out a plan for the season ahead including next steps.
The consultation is focused on providing customised advice tailored to the needs of each individual.
Sessions take place on farm, are private and confidential, and aim to help farmers map out a plan for the season ahead including next steps.

Dairy Australia's Taking Stock program can be booked by dairy farmers across the country, including farmers who are not facing drought conditions.

Sessions take place on farm, are private and confidential, and aim to help farmers map out a plan for the season ahead including next steps.

The consultation is focused on providing customised advice tailored to the needs of each individual farm and may include any physical, financial and people issues that are identified, resulting in a tailored action plan.

This could include:

  • Feed options, planning and budgeting.
  • Managing a fodder shortage.

    Herd decisions and animal health.

  • Cash budgeting.
  • Managing the farm team during tough times.
  • Meet the bank.
  • Book a free Taking Stock session by contacting the local Regional Development Program.

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