Farming systems that work with nature are in high demand from consumers of the food that is being produced.
A true farm profit working with a healthy environment is the goal in this new world of ever-increasing environmental scrutiny.
Brendon Walsh from Growfarm has been working with sheep and beef farmers as a business coach for a number of years.
He's now embarking on the Growfarm Getting it Done series.
Brendon joined Rural Exchange to discuss the need for change in beef and sheep farm processes, and the fear of change in the rural community.
Watch the full interview above.
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