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T for Time - Proagtive Blog Series #3

Katrina Garrett - Friday, December 05, 2014

Time is something we never have enough of, cannot create or buy, and when it comes to time for farm and succession planning it is something we will do in the future, because we are too busy today. In every workshop we hold around the country, people always ask when should you start a succession process -  the answer is always the same, ‘before you think you need to and now is probably the right time.’ Read More. . .

Is Farm Succession Planning TOOO Hard?

Katrina Garrett - Wednesday, December 03, 2014

So the Tooo Hard, is about what? Read More. . .

November 2014

Katrina Garrett - Tuesday, December 02, 2014

From Longreach, to Dubbo, to Upper Horton, Townsville, Tamworth, Sydney, Brisbane, Walgett and Armidale the consultants spent time presenting, delivering Workshops and working with families.  Read More. . .

Farm Succession Planning #1

Katrina Garrett - Monday, November 24, 2014

Welcome to the first of our Proagtive blog series. Read More. . .

October 2014

Katrina Garrett - Monday, November 03, 2014

In October we welcomed back a refreshed and well travelled Isobel from France. Adelaide, Melbourne, Ballarat, Avoca, Brisbane and Longreach were the consultants destinations.  Read More. . .

September 2014

Katrina Garrett - Saturday, October 04, 2014

September Blog  Read More. . .

August 2014

Katrina Garrett - Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Goondiwindi, Dubbo, Brisbane, Broken Hill, Townsville, Tamworth, Gundagai and Adelaide were all on the itinerary in August.  The entire staff of Proagtive spent two days together, and in some cases met for the first time! Lots of positive ideas and process improvement ideas were generated and everyone came away recharged and ready to go.  Read More. . .

July 2014

Katrina Garrett - Tuesday, September 23, 2014

July 2014  The month began with a week on the road visiting Orange, Wellington, Mudgee, Gulargambone & Trangie on behalf of Landcare.  It was a wonderful opportunity to meet with farming families throughout the central west.  Read More. . .