Financial & Business
Management HUB


A third of Australian farmers are looking to increase their skills and knowledge through education or training over the coming year, according to a recent survey commissioned by agribusiness banking specialist Rabobank.

The survey found improving on-farm management practices and upskilling in emerging technologies, financial management, business planning and management, marketing and communications and succession were key areas of interest for farmers.
— Rabobank, 2016
 

BUSINESS PLANNING & BUDGETING

BUSINESS PLANNING
& BUDGETING

BENCHMARKING & COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS

BENCHMARKING &
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS

TRANSITION & SUCCESSION PLANNING

TRANSITION & SUCCESSION
PLANNING

RISK MANAGEMENT & INSURANCE

RISK MANAGEMENT &
INSURANCE

 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT TAX

 FREQUENTLY ASKED
QUESTIONS ABOUT TAX

SOFTWARE & APPS

SOFTWARE &
APPS

EDUCATION, TRAINING & WORKSHOPS COMING SOON!

EDUCATION, TRAINING & WORKSHOPS
COMING SOON!

FUNDING OPTIONS & STRUCTURES COMING SOON!

FUNDING OPTIONS
& STRUCTURES
COMING SOON!

CONSULTANTS & EXPERTS COMING SOON!

CONSULTANTS &
EXPERTS
COMING SOON!

 

#farmingtogether

Are you a farmer with a great collaborative business idea, or an existing cooperative looking for some assistance.

Check out the Government's ‘Farm Co-operatives and Collaboration Pilot Program’ ($14.9m of funding over two years). 

"Lifting on-farm profitability by boosting collaborative groups, cooperatives and collective bargaining."



As factors like drought peel back the fat and market prices carve off the meat, we’re left fumbling with the bloodied raw carcase that is financial illiteracy.

Of course financial illiteracy isn’t unique to rural Australia by any stretch, yet it is often compounded in family-run and home-based businesses which shun external involvement.
— Sam Trethewey, Get Muddy, 2014.