Adaptation key to future farming success

Denis Howard
Updated July 20 2022 - 9:58am, first published July 19 2022 - 9:00am
IDEAS: Bayer's Chris Staff, Regional Investment Corporation's Paul Dowler, Thomas Elder Markets' Andrew Whitelaw and chair of the Independent Planning Commission prof Mary O'Kane gave their insights into the future of farming in NSW. Photo: Denis Howard
IDEAS: Bayer's Chris Staff, Regional Investment Corporation's Paul Dowler, Thomas Elder Markets' Andrew Whitelaw and chair of the Independent Planning Commission prof Mary O'Kane gave their insights into the future of farming in NSW. Photo: Denis Howard

In what was a recurring theme from the four panelists for the Securing The Future Of Farming forum, being able to adapt to what the world throws at farmers could be key to their future success.

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Denis Howard

Denis Howard

Senior Journalist, The Land

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