Less land to farm on
They may need to reduce their stocking rate
Problem with neighbours
Focus Question: How can Bill and Bess continue farming and succession planning for the family of 1.8 children and allow their daughter to continue to run the farm business when they retire?
Are they still going to have the same quality of life?
Productivity: Can they produce the same on smaller land area? Think about stocking rate? Animal welfare?
2. Ensuring the family and the farm are meeting their productivity goals and meeting consumer demands may compromise the welfare of their stock?
4. Volunteer work may be an option
|Stuart and Ashlee|
|Sweetie on the move|
|at the farm|
|"Can I stay here with Nulla, Creamy and Finch?"|
|Zia and Creamy our Square Meater|
|Marni and Ashlee|
|Finch is very cute|