Farmers and graziers from across New South Wales and Queensland will convene in Orange next month for RCS’s flagship Farming and Grazing for Profit School. Famers attending the school are looking forward to a jam-packed seven days of personal and business development with a focus on building profitability, regenerating soil and landscapes and improving the communication and health of those running the farm.
RCS founder and industry innovator, Terry McCosker says the course brings together land management, business, technology and family to help farmers work in sync with their resources.
“Nothing in business or nature happens in isolation, which is why the whole-of-business approach we take at our schools is so effective. Graduates walk away understanding the importance of the interconnections and how to leverage them for maximum benefit,” said Mr McCosker.
This powerful seven-day school is designed for farmers serious about building profitable businesses, resilient landscapes and healthy, happy relationships.
“The best culmination of business, ecology and people management that I have ever been exposed to. Oh, and there was a bit on grazing as well!” said Phillip a past graduate of the program from Forbes.
Registrations are still open for famers wanting to take advantage of the school being held in Orange from 12-18th June and Dubbo from 11-17th September.
Funding is available for eligible NSW landholders through the NSWRAA Farm Business Skills Professional Development Program.
Call 1800 356 004, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.rcsaustralia.com.au for more information.