Posted by: rivettingkatetaylor | June 15, 2015

Making farming viable for the whole family

A few weeks ago I visited the Humphries family (mainly the three boys and Dad) to talk about what they had in place for succession. This interview came about after I did a wee piece with Hamish and David for a Hawke’s Bay Regional Council pest control newsletter (they had an issue with toxoplasmosis… the spring of 2012 saw the start of a new trapping programme with 34 cats and 17 ferrets caught in just three weeks in a range of cage, snare and leg-hold traps). So here’s the story on stuff.co.nz or you can read about it in this week’s NZ Farmer in your mailbox đŸ™‚

Photo by Kate Taylor, Fairfax NZ

Photo by Kate Taylor, Fairfax NZ

Don’t forget to visit Kate Taylor – communiKate on Facebook – especially if you want to comment. Thanks!

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