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Changing business environment: implications for farming

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  • Malcolm, Bill

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The natural, technological, economic, political and social environment in which farmers farm constantly changes. History has lessons about change in agriculture and about farmers coping with change, though the future is unknowable and thus always surprising. The implication for farm operation is to prepare, do not predict.

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  • Malcolm, Bill, 2011. "Changing business environment: implications for farming," AFBM Journal, Australasian Farm Business Management Network, vol. 8(2).
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:afbmau:122904
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    1. Glover, Sari, 2015. "How to think about what climate change might mean for a wool producer in Yass, New South Wales," AFBM Journal, Australasian Farm Business Management Network, vol. 12.
    2. Williams, John & McSweeney, Peter & Salmon, Robert, 2014. "Australian Farm Investment: Domestic and Overseas Issues," Australasian Agribusiness Perspectives 234408, University of Melbourne, Melbourne School of Land and Environment.

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