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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Chapman Eastway featured in the Farm Weekly yesterday for our work in Succession. Follow this link for the article http://www.weeklytimesnow.com.au/agribusiness/its-time-to-talk-about-suc...
A major overhaul of superannuation, taxation and trust regulation is desperately required to properly recapitalise Australia’s aging agricultural sector, according to a new detailed report on family farming.
Chapman Eastway, which has been advising farming families for over a century, and Charles Sturt University have compiled a report on succession and inheritance with a long and detailed list of recommendations to smooth the transition for aging farmers and help maintain the viability of farming.
Article by Matthew Cranston, appeared in the AFR 21/03/16
“Stone Axe Pastoral Company is looking to raise between $15 million and $20 million for the expansion of its Wagyu business in Kojonup, Western Australia.