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Let’s Talk Business – Full Show February 18th

Farmers are almost exclusively small businesses. In fact, small business makes up more than 95% of the Australian agricultural industry.
The devastating floods in outback Queensland are hard to fathom and heartbreaking to witness. Hundreds of thousands of cattle have perished in the floods with some farmers losing 100% of their herd. They’re powerless to do anything about it, nature can be heartless.
The loses are mounting and it could take years – decades even – before they recover. These farmers are small business owners and they might not bounce back from this.
Chris and Peter discuss the realities faced by farmers in Australia and the challenges of dealing with weather events, insurance companies, lumpy revenue and unreliable government support.
Jacqueline Curley lives and works on the Gipsy Plains Station, 63km North of Cloncurry, Queensland, where they run a successful Brahman stud. She discusses the effects of the floods on farmers and the industry – and what it would take to dig them out.
In our Workwise segment, Financial Planner Michael Abrahamson details why it’s important to write a thorough and detailed business plan and update it as your business grows.
And Peter charts the growth of Celebrity Chef and Restaurant tycoon Neil Perry – growth is on the menu!

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