Next gen ag opportunities galore but beware, it won't go to plan

Andrew Marshall
Updated May 7 2024 - 8:14am, first published 7:30am
Achmea Australia chief executive officer, Emma Thomas (front) with fellow panelists at Beef Australia's next generation beef leaders seminar, Jack Laurie, Knowla Livestock and Breeder Genetics, Gloucester, NSW; Angus Australia extension manager, Jake Phillips, Naracoorte, South Australia; Ed Bradley, Hazeldean Angus, Cooma, NSW; Hannah Powe, Neogen Australia, Cargo NSW, and Angus Australia extension officer, Nancy Crawshaw, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand.
Achmea Australia chief executive officer, Emma Thomas (front) with fellow panelists at Beef Australia's next generation beef leaders seminar, Jack Laurie, Knowla Livestock and Breeder Genetics, Gloucester, NSW; Angus Australia extension manager, Jake Phillips, Naracoorte, South Australia; Ed Bradley, Hazeldean Angus, Cooma, NSW; Hannah Powe, Neogen Australia, Cargo NSW, and Angus Australia extension officer, Nancy Crawshaw, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand.

New generation farmers have been urged to use their 20s for "learning" before putting those lessons to work for "earning" in their 30s.

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Andrew Marshall

Andrew Marshall

National agribusiness writer

Andrew Marshall is the group agribusiness writer for ACM's state agricultural weeklies and websites. He is a former editor at The Land and has worked in various Rural Press group roles in Canberra, North Richmond (NSW) and Toowoomba (Qld).

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