New fact sheets for farmers
THE Grains Research and Development Corporation is further assisting growers with their farm business decision-making through the release of new national resources.
The GRDC has published another five Farm Business Fact Sheets focused on the topics of structuring your business for generational transfer; applying corporate principles and processes to the family farm; capital gains tax implications on the sale or transfer of farmland; transferring farmland into a self-managed superannuation fund; and investing in a sprayer.
GRDC extension and communication senior manager, Luke Gaynor, said the fact sheets are designed to inform growers’ decisions on important aspects of their farm enterprises.
“The GRDC has long recognised that grower profitability is intrinsically linked to those decisions made in the farm office and around the kitchen table, in addition to those made in-paddock,” Mr Gaynor said.
“This is why the GRDC invests in research and development which supports growers in all profit-influencing facets of their farming endeavours.”