Opinion

Avoid information overload by selecting sources carefully

By Michael Bagshaw
July 8 2024 - 9:34am
Taking time out to learn, and absorb, new information can be a valuable investment. But make sure you know why you are there first. File picture
Taking time out to learn, and absorb, new information can be a valuable investment. But make sure you know why you are there first. File picture

Earlier this year, I attended a farm conference in Victoria, which was put on by a business called Farm Tender.

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