After a tumultuous start to 2020, what agriculture needs right now is capital - not grants or handouts - but serious investment in everything from farms to infrastructure
What AgTech consultant Brooke Sauer discovered when she found herself well outside of her comfort zone.
There was a big shake-up in business lending during and directly following the banking Royal Commission, and now another shift in the lending climate seems to be taking place.
Australia is the best placed of all countries to prosper in a zero-carbon world economy - just as we are the most vulnerable to global climate policy failure.
In this week's The Gauge, Troy Setter says climate variability may mean we need to start discussing grain and food security in Australia.
FOR the past year or so, I have been receiving an international agricultural investment newsletter. I find the different topics they cover really interesting, compared with what we see on a weekly basis in Australia.
Climate Change has been on all our minds for most of the past two years as we deal with bushfires the size of several European countries, prolonged drought, more regular heatwaves, and lethal floods.
A positive culture in any business will normally lead to success, but, in contrast, a negative culture can be quite toxic.