Case study: Local graziers use economics to assist business planning
Richard and Beth Judd moved to ‘Hat Creek’ at Baralaba in 1999. They are a family operation with their sons, Clayton and Wyatt, involved in the business. In May 2018 Richard attended the Callide Dawson Carcase Competition Field Day at Warnoah Feedlot to hear Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF) scientist Dr Maree Bowen speak about ‘Improving beef business performance with high quality forages’.
Maree’s presentation inspired Richard to find out more about how to maximise returns from high quality forages in this area of central Queensland. This case study explains how the Judd’s used economic analyses to determine their best options. Download a copy of the Case study: Local graziers use economics to assist business planning (PDF, 556KB).