The Tune Up
Welcome to Trev's podcast series
One season, six episodes, twelve passionate industry people yarning about their insights and experiences inside and outside the farmgate. Hosted by Will Burrett, brought to you by Trev.
Farming is a complex business and there are plenty of aspects of the operation to monitor and measure - whether that's financials, feed, livestock, nutrients, compliance, people, or something else entirely. Over the next six episodes we’re talking to passionate industry people at different stages of their careers with the aim to transfer some knowledge and hopefully help support your decision making.
Tune in to season one:
Episode 1: The age of authenticity
Julia Jones, Murray King
Consumers are demanding more transparency in food so how do we prove our on farm story and add value to our products to unlock premiums?
Episode 2: You can only spend a dollar once
Brent Goldsack, Simon Le Heron
You can always go after a quick buck, but whether it's sustainable or not is key.
Episode 3: 50 shades of hay
Jim van der Poel, Richard Townshend
System 1 or System 5 all the best farms understand the principles of how to get the best out of their pasture.
Episode 4: Licence to operate
Cam Henderson, Gin Loughnan
The evolution of farming has seen us shift from productivity, to profitability, and now the focus has to expand to recognise the environmental impact.
Episode 5: Passion and progression
Ash-Leigh Campbell, Colin Glass
Dairy farming, a pathway of opportunity - bringing the right people in and up through an organisation.
REX Interview: Scott Townshend on The Tune Up
Scott Townshend has a yarn to Hamish McKay and Dominic George on Rural Exchange to share a bit about Trev and The Tune Up podcast series. Have a listen.
Data as a strategic asset: a link to farm sustainability
We speak to Trev CEO Scott Townshend about farm data - why it’s important, how we can use it more effectively and what the gains are from a productivity, profitability and environmental standpoint.
Media Release: Farmers get opportunity to tune in to top minds
This season farmers have the opportunity to access the knowledge of some of their industry’s leading thinkers, in a new podcast series covering everything from grazing to governance.