Succeed as a Sharemilker. Advice you haven’t heard before.

Whether you want to go contract milking, lower order sharemilking or 50/50, being your own boss is the next best thing since the ¼ acre section.

Feel good articles about families who have done the hard yards and now own their own farms give plenty of motivation to follow in their footprints. As always though there is another story between the lines and you would do well to remember that there are as many hard times as there are good times. Just make sure the good times outnumber the hard.

There are plenty of people out there to give advice but how do you know if the advice you are receiving is good advice? If you are encouraged to set and meet goals and targets and are receiving plenty of support then you are on the right track, if not then I will give you some key thoughts and tips that will help you decide who to listen to and who to trust which will make you more successful than you ever thought.

At the end of the day only you can decide what is right or wrong for you and your family. The strength of successful sharemilkers is that they are determined people. They do not give away their control over their destiny by accepting poor advice or by making poor decisions.

If you want to read more of this free 12 page report on sharemilking then click on the free stuff link or use the free coaching consult tab if you want to discuss your business further.

You can be as successful as you want to be in sharemilking it is up to you decide which way you want to go.

Best wishes

Ian

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About Ian Handcock

Founder Fit 4 Farming initiative Promoting Farmer wellbeing. Performance coach.
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