Small Farm Success Australia

Order now for 322 pages of inspiration and information.

Doing the Covid tree change? Want to farm but don’t know where to begin? Already farming but looking for fresh ideas? Want to create a successful business and lifestyle? This book will help you find your inner agripreneur!

Discover:

  • why farming can be a great life choice
  • where to, what to and ways to farm
  • how to diversify, value add and sell produce
  • how to make the most of farm life and so much more!

Enjoy insights from producers of everything from wine to walnuts, beef to barramundi, saffron to sheep cheese. Take inspiration from market gardeners to macadamia growers, flower farmers to fruit growers, truffle growers through to agritourism operators.

If you want to connect with the earth and make hay while the sun shines, this is the book for you.

About the authors: If you ever dreamt of more than life in the city, you’ll have something in common with authors Andrew and Anna who escaped the rat race to run their own race on a small farm that became an award winner…their only regret? Not having a book like this back then!

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“An inspiring and informative read for anyone considering going into farming.”

— Robyn Rosenfeldt, Editor, Pip Australian Permaculture Magazine

“…A huge amount of research has gone into this book, providing a balanced approach that is both informative and practical, i.e. what constitutes a business or a hobby, and more personal and anecdotal, i.e. the authors’ personal experiences and the experiences of other farmers around Australia. This is a very informative and interesting book, one that will apply and appeal to the growing number of people who are interested in connecting with the land, producing their own food, and running their own business on the land.”

— Jemimah Halbert Brewster, Underground Writers