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Farms Advice Podcast is an independent podcast for Australian farming with a focus on agribusiness. For those looking to create opportunities within agriculture to become efficient, productive, and sustainable into the future through the use of old techniques or even new technology. Learn on the go with the host, Jack Cresswell who is also farming in Central West, NSW. We're transforming traditional agriculture into the digital world.
Come on the journey to building a better outlook for ourselves as farmers and to inspire those outside of the farm gate to look at a prosperous industry. With a focus on the internal workings of each type of farm in different sectors of agriculture you will discover a huge range of conversations to get the blood flowing on your trip to town, spraying weeds or lamb marking with the team (well maybe not lamb marking but you get the point). With over 100,000 downloads and 140 episodes you will find something relatable or outside of your own paddock to see how others do it. We're on our way to find the successful farmer template that you will be able to put into your own day to day routine.
Looking for the latest agtech to use on your farm? Listen in. Follow and share the Farms Advice Podcast journey on a transparent platform make sure you pass on the #FarmsAdvice. If you're interested in being a guest on the show, e-mail podcast@farmsadvice.com.au to get on the waitlist.
Disclaimer: The information contained in this podcast is general in nature and for education purposes only. It is not to be taken as advice for accounting, agronomy, consulting, financials, or livestock advice. No one should act on the information without appropriate specific advice for your particular circumstances.

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    • 4.8 • 64 Ratings

Farms Advice Podcast is an independent podcast for Australian farming with a focus on agribusiness. For those looking to create opportunities within agriculture to become efficient, productive, and sustainable into the future through the use of old techniques or even new technology. Learn on the go with the host, Jack Cresswell who is also farming in Central West, NSW. We're transforming traditional agriculture into the digital world.
Come on the journey to building a better outlook for ourselves as farmers and to inspire those outside of the farm gate to look at a prosperous industry. With a focus on the internal workings of each type of farm in different sectors of agriculture you will discover a huge range of conversations to get the blood flowing on your trip to town, spraying weeds or lamb marking with the team (well maybe not lamb marking but you get the point). With over 100,000 downloads and 140 episodes you will find something relatable or outside of your own paddock to see how others do it. We're on our way to find the successful farmer template that you will be able to put into your own day to day routine.
Looking for the latest agtech to use on your farm? Listen in. Follow and share the Farms Advice Podcast journey on a transparent platform make sure you pass on the #FarmsAdvice. If you're interested in being a guest on the show, e-mail podcast@farmsadvice.com.au to get on the waitlist.
Disclaimer: The information contained in this podcast is general in nature and for education purposes only. It is not to be taken as advice for accounting, agronomy, consulting, financials, or livestock advice. No one should act on the information without appropriate specific advice for your particular circumstances.

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

    How Australian Ag is Changing How Machines Are Being Used | Pete McCann

    How Australian Ag is Changing How Machines Are Being Used | Pete McCann

    Welcome to the very first episode on the CaseIH series on the Farms Advice Podcast. We will be joined by Jack and Pete McCann the general manager for Australia and New Zealand for CaseIH. In this episode we go over the 2023 outlook and have Australian agriculture is changing how machines are used and what we can expect after a challenging year being extremely wet here on the East Coast with rising costs of fuel, tyres and other inputs into our machinery but also how that supply chain works and what CaseIH is doing to improve farmers excess ability to parts and service in times of need.
    You like this episode make sure you share it with your mates whatever colour tractor head up they drive. Proud to have the team at CaseIH join me on the Farms Advice podcast and ensuring that knowledge sharing doesn't stop at the machinery dealers and manufacturers. Visit FarmsAdvice.com.au and CaseIH or more information.
    Continue the conversation on our socials Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

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    • 37 min
    Farm Yarns with Stuart Wesley

    Farm Yarns with Stuart Wesley

    Welcome to this week's Farm Yarns, where Jack talks to Stuart Wesley about what motivates him and what really drives him to work within the work he does in Australian agriculture.
    Farm Yarns was set up to find out a little bit more about the person on the other end of the audio and dive a little bit deeper into their own psychology. If you like this #FarmYarn please leave a review on Apple or Spotify Podcasts or wherever you listen on any podcast platform.
    It is coming closer to the end of the year and we will be doing a little bit of a roundup of what has happened across 2022.
    Make sure you continue the conversation on our socials at farms advice so that we don't lose the knowledge passed around. Keep on farming

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    • 22 min
    Creating Culture In Farming | Stuart Wesley

    Creating Culture In Farming | Stuart Wesley

    Is there culture in farming? Stuart Wesley on today's episode will say there is. Today's episode goes in depth talking about the people within their own enterprise the people outside of it and how this creates our culture on farm or in your Agribusiness. This episode is well needed leading into the Christmas as families get together from across the country it is a good time to update improve or just communicate where you are at. Make sure you visit Oasispc.com.au. For more information about how Stuart and his team are working with some of the farming families across the country.
    If you liked this episode make short to share it with teammates so that we can improve Australian farming families and then enterprises. The conversation doesn't stop here they come along over to Twitter Facebook wherever you can find @farmsadvice to dive a little bit deeper. for more episodes just like this one FarmsAdvice.com.au

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    • 59 min
    Adoption from a Producer Perspective - Usefulness vs Useability

    Adoption from a Producer Perspective - Usefulness vs Useability

    Welcome to the Farms Advice Podcast where we talk everything agribusiness. It is for those that FARM it, SERVICE it or just LOVE it. This episode we dive back in to the Farmers2Founders series with episode two. Farmers2Founders are delivering a range of projects under the TEKFARM banner to support producers, agtech companies and trusted intermediaries to overcome adoption barriers.
    Adoption is typically perceived to be a farmer’s problem as they are reluctant to take on new ideas, practices and technology. However, F2F flips this argument on its head, believing that agtech companies also play a critical role in the adoption process and are poor at demonstrating the value of their product or service for farming businesses, and being able to justify their cost / benefit of that solution.
    In this episode, we will speak with Matt Anderson, who manages the agritech projects at F2F, about the various adoption challenges we are seeing play out in the industry, as well as Tom Hampton, a South Australian farmer, to talk about his perspective on agtech adoption and what may be slowing this process down.
    Visit Farmers2Founders.com.au for more information on their programs for your idea. To listen to more episodes visit FarmsAdvice.com.au

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    • 45 min
    What's In The 2022 Budget For Farmers | Lea Williams

    What's In The 2022 Budget For Farmers | Lea Williams

    This episode with the team at Byfields on the beyond the tax return series. Lea Williams gives us an overview of what the budget means for agriculture but also for regional Australia as a whole. Throughout this episode there are some advantages coming from the budget and there is still a fair bit of guidance that agriculture is relying on to save for some poignant topics leading into next year. This episode is also the very last on the beyond the tax return series, so that we hope that you been able to take away something from this series and across the 15 different episodes we've had from the team at Byfields.
    If you like this episode share it with your family and roommates so that they too can get something from it. Leave the podcast are review so other farmers across Australia are able to find the podcast wherever they listen. Make sure you visit byfields.com.au For more information or talk to your professional accountants about your own scenario. Visit farmsadvice.com.au for more episodes just like this one as we laid in to Christmas
    Make sure you follow Farms Advice on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to continue the conversation

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    • 23 min
    Farmers At The Heart Of Innovation With Farmers2Founders

    Farmers At The Heart Of Innovation With Farmers2Founders

    This is an exciting start to a great series with Farmers2Founders who are sooooo passionate about what they do and what they also unlock for farmers, agtechs and so many more that we'll uncover in this eight episode series. Breaking down the barriers to entry with constant support has led to phenomenal business ventures. Find out from the experts on episode one about how farmers are at the heart of innovation and how we come up with these great ideas which have gone on to support the industry.
    Fancy yourself as a farmpreneur? Visit Farmers2Founders.com to see how their programs would suit you!
    Listen to more episodes on Farms Advice Podcast

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    • 1 hr 12 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
64 Ratings

64 Ratings

regviewer ,

Breaking the mould!

An ever insightful yarn with what feels like a mate when you’re out and about. Pushing the way forward in support through info and communication in a world that can feel very isolating at times, much needed breath of fresh air! Keeeep on farmin!

Alibi000001 ,

A great listen

A great listen as your working away on the farm. Fantastic interviews with very interesting people. Highly recommend a listen.

isicastime ,

GREAT PODCAST FOR AGRIBUSINESS!!!

This podcast is really good for those young and not young agricultural professionals to improve their businesses towards new agribusiness generations. Listen to it!!

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