Surviving and Thriving in the Grazing Game – Winton
Monday 19 April 2021 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Date:||Monday 19 April 2021|
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Event category:||Animal production, Climate and natural disasters, Land and pastures, People and business|
Winton Shire Hall
75 Vindex Street+ Google Map
Winton, Qld 4735 Australia
Join us for an interactive workshop designed to support North West grazing businesses to not just survive, but thrive!
Business Tools to succeed, regardless of season! Ian McLean, Bush AgriBusiness
» Interpreting beef business performance
» Excel-based decision support tools
Steer your business through succession, Scott Patterson, Alternate Strategies
» Management vs ownership succession
» Addressing the barriers
Climate forecasting & decision-making in your business, Dr Chelsea Jarvis, University of Southern Queensland – Northern Australia Climate Program
» Cli-Mate app – How’s the season?
» What’s going on with the rain?
The role of communication & stress in family business, Sharyn Bunn, Royal Flying Doctor Service
» Benefits of effective communication
» Avoiding barriers to communication in the future
- Free interactive workshop
- Attendance Scholarships available
- Childcare and activities available on request
Monday, 19 April 2021
9:00am – 5:00pm
Followed by free social dinner
Supper Room, Winton Shire Hall
75 Vindex Street, Winton.
Natalie Hughes, RFCSNQ – 0429 158 801
Rebecca Gunther, DAF – 0417 726 703
Susie Brodie, DAF – 0436 917 981