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Precision Grazing launches ‘Farm Action’ groups

Grazing management company Precision Grazing is inviting farmers to join one of its new Farm Action groups. 


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The groups will aim to bring likeminded sheep and beef farmers together to learn from and support each other in adopting best practise and driving their businesses forward.

 

James Daniel, Precision Grazing Director, says: “Making changes to a farming business can be challenging without the encouragement of likeminded people.

 

“By joining the group members learn from both each other and industry experts, they avoid repeating mistakes, fast tracking their personal and business success."

 

Groups of up to 12 farms will be formed regionally, ensuring their systems and experience is relative, with the aim of holding the first meeting in November this year.

 

“We have found, like many in the industry that knowledge transfer events are generally well attended, but the rate of adoption leading to business change is low to zero.

“When working directly with our clients we find that often what these ambitious farmers have been lacking is the support of others in the business and their immediate peers.

 

More information and a registration form can be found at www.precisiongrazing.com/farm-action-group/.

 

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