Farm Management Plans

Farm Management Plans may be prepared for a variety of outcomes and scenarios.  These may be prepared to support a planning application required by a local government authority.

A Farm Management Plan may also be prepared for a new farming enterprise to ensure that there is a viable financial outcome.  This is supported in consideration of existing natural resources which can include biodiversity enhancement including shelter belt planting and wildlife corridors.

The size and scope of a proposed farming enterprise will reflect the detail required in our reports and we target the completed report to our customers.

Climate change scenarios are impacting on traditional agricultural practices requiring an adaptive approach to attain to provide both an environmental benefit and financial outcome.

Typical Farm Management Plans Include the following detail:

  • Current and historical land use
  • Title and Ownership details
  • Business goals and enterprise vision
  • Property details including landform, geology soils, topographical features and location and vegetation type and location.
  • Land capability Classes and potential for production (this may vary across the property)
  • Management strategies including stocking rates, soil tillage, rotations and pest and animal controls
  • Key risk and opportunities, timeframes and actions
  • Financial considerations
  • Local government specific requirements
  • Soil testing to determine soil fertility and remediation strategies if required.

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