18 min

Jarrod and Emma Amery have faith in farming Propagate

    • Entrepreneurship

In this episode, husband and wife team Jarrod and Emma Amery welcome us onto their farm outside of Forbes, NSW.

While both Jarrod and Emma grew up amongst farming, it took them a long time for them to find the perfect farm to call their own. Location was obviously one crucial consideration to finding the right property, but equally important was finding one with a house large enough for them and their six young children.

Now that they have their 'dream' farm, there's just the simple little things to worry about - making a profit, keeping the bank manager happy and dealing with a period of drought.

They also discuss how faith plays an important role in their lives, what it's like working as a team and how time away from the farm can be the best way to be productive on the farm and in the community.

Propagate is proudly brought to you by the good folks at the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries Young Farmer Business Program.

The Young Farmer Business Program is creating opportunities for young farmers and fishers to enter into or expand their existing businesses by helping them improve their business skills.

The Young Farmer Business Program has been funded by the NSW Government through the Department of Primary Industries to deliver a multifaceted approach to help young farmers and fishers. Our program is providing access to new business ideas, tools, products and services relevant to young farmers and fishers.

For more information on the Young Farmer Business Program please visit https://www.youngfarmer.nsw.gov.au/

In this episode, husband and wife team Jarrod and Emma Amery welcome us onto their farm outside of Forbes, NSW.

While both Jarrod and Emma grew up amongst farming, it took them a long time for them to find the perfect farm to call their own. Location was obviously one crucial consideration to finding the right property, but equally important was finding one with a house large enough for them and their six young children.

Now that they have their 'dream' farm, there's just the simple little things to worry about - making a profit, keeping the bank manager happy and dealing with a period of drought.

They also discuss how faith plays an important role in their lives, what it's like working as a team and how time away from the farm can be the best way to be productive on the farm and in the community.

Propagate is proudly brought to you by the good folks at the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries Young Farmer Business Program.

The Young Farmer Business Program is creating opportunities for young farmers and fishers to enter into or expand their existing businesses by helping them improve their business skills.

The Young Farmer Business Program has been funded by the NSW Government through the Department of Primary Industries to deliver a multifaceted approach to help young farmers and fishers. Our program is providing access to new business ideas, tools, products and services relevant to young farmers and fishers.

For more information on the Young Farmer Business Program please visit https://www.youngfarmer.nsw.gov.au/

18 min