Chapman Eastway featured in the Farm Table this week – using our report as a vital resource when approaching succession and beginning the conversation around Succession in Agriculture.
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“This report is intended to examine the current and changing dynamics of succession planning in Australian farming families and the potential impact these changes will have on regional communities and the broader economy. Our survey enabled a close analysis of generational change regarding preferences and attitudes towards succession planning.
Results from the study will be used to inform agri-business owners and their children about the succession process and provide recommendations to the agriculture sector to support the handover of farm ownership.”