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Wakool & District Services Memorial Sports Club

39 Flinders Street

Wakool, NSW 2710

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Learn how to apply business management and investment principles to farm purchasing and leasing decisions to create wealth.

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Australian farmland has averaged 6.9% capital growth and interest rates have never been so low. Learn how to apply business management and investment principles to farm purchasing and leasing decisions to create wealth.

John Francis from Agrista will cover:

  • How to apply business management and investment principles to a farm purchasing decision
  • Is now a good time to expand?
  • How does leveraging create wealth?
  • How much to pay for additional land for a bank loan?
  • What does your financier require?
  • Scale advantages and risk
  • Leasing success factors including communication and tenure
  • Case studies and scenarios

For more information about Agrista visit www.agrista.com.au

Limited spaces - 16 businesses (max 2 persons per business)

Morning tea and lunch will be provided.

This project was funded by the Australian Government under the Murray–Darling Basin Economic Development Program.

The workshop is worth $1320 per business and is heavily subsidised by the Murray-Darling Basin Economic Development Program.

All attendees must adhere to COVID safe regulations.

RSVP by 5th July or until workshop is filled.


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Wakool & District Services Memorial Sports Club

39 Flinders Street

Wakool, NSW 2710

Australia

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Organiser Western Murray Land Improvement Group

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Western Murray Land Improvement Group Inc. (WMLIG) is a non-profit Landcare group based in Barham, NSW. The group was formed in March 2003 by members from the local community , representatives from local government and Landcare and Producer Groups in the west of the Murray Catchment.

We aim to contribute to a viable, capable and adaptable community by promoting sustainable farm and land management practices that deliver improved agricultural productivity, sustainability and ecosystem services.

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