Farmer's Weekly

Livestock marketing tips

In many communal settings, livestock farmers tend to sell one or two animals at a time to neighbours or acquaintances. This might bring in some money in the short term, but it won’t make you better off in the long run. There are two reasons for this: you won’t get the best price for your animals, and you are unlikely to reinvest this small sum in the farming business.

By contrast, if

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