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  • Passion | Target Focus Website
    farming inspiration life motivation new Zealand Passion people rural success Leave a comment Search for Recent Posts Getting Fit for Purpose Cycling for wellbeing Fit4Farming reveals 3 key ingredients for success Have we dropped the ball with human performance in the rural industry The 5 ways to wellbeing Articles to get you going FREE 12 page Sharemilking Report Getting back on track Pasture Focus Philosophy Categories Categories Select Category Farmer

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  • Sunshine at last | Target Focus Website
    population climbs to the projected 8 billion people by 2025 Robots can build cars but it will be a long time before enough robots can be developed to milk and manage the 250 million milk producing cows on the planet Unfortunately there is a lack of mentorship for young people to stay and grow in the industry Farmers are not the best communicators and struggle with the younger generation Without these young fresh thinkers staying in farming will not prosper in the future The farming workplace should be a fun environment If it is fun then young people will learn and stay around and become an asset to your team If you have the opportunity contact your local school and offer free training for young people to give them a taste of farming just like you were given when you were growing up If you are having trouble with staff then maybe it is time to reflect on your values and goals and you may just find that there is a simple solution to it all Best wishes Ian Share this Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Like this Like Loading About ianhandcock Passion about Farmer wellbeing Personal coach View all posts by ianhandcock This entry was posted in Farming Inspiration and tagged America cows farming Hauraki Plains motivation new Zealand rural sunshine Bookmark the permalink Fonterra owes a duty of care to sharemilkers KISS Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Twitter account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Facebook account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Google account

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  • America | Target Focus Website
    Plains motivation new Zealand rural sunshine Leave a comment Search for Recent Posts Getting Fit for Purpose Cycling for wellbeing Fit4Farming reveals 3 key ingredients for success Have we dropped the ball with human performance in the rural industry The 5 ways to wellbeing Articles to get you going FREE 12 page Sharemilking Report Getting back on track Pasture Focus Philosophy Categories Categories Select Category Farmer Wellness Farming Inspiration Motivaton

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  • Hauraki Plains | Target Focus Website
    Posted on August 15 2012 by ianhandcock There is a fine line between preventing pugging damage to wet water logged paddocks This photo shows a clear line to the right where the farmer has left the herd on too long This is in stark comparison to the left hand side of Continue reading Posted in Farmer Wellness Farming Uncategorized Weekly farm report Tagged cows farming Hauraki Plains new Zealand pastures pugging weekly report Leave a comment Week one down on the farm Posted on July 23 2012 by ianhandcock 45 mls of rain fell over night on the Hauraki Plains to go with the 50 mls of rain last week Jobs on the farm increase 10 fold in the wet weather as farmers try to reduce any risk of pugging This week Continue reading Posted in Farming Weekly farm report Tagged calves colostrum cows energy farming Hauraki Plains Homeopathic milk OAD Leave a comment Search for Recent Posts Getting Fit for Purpose Cycling for wellbeing Fit4Farming reveals 3 key ingredients for success Have we dropped the ball with human performance in the rural industry The 5 ways to wellbeing Articles to get you going FREE 12 page Sharemilking Report Getting

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  • BEWARE THE WOLF IN COWS CLOTHING | Target Focus Website
    car and drink their flat whites regardless of what farmers are doing Think about it we don t need to feed the world we just need to feed our family everything else is about making money If the government was so intent on feeding the world then they would allow genetically modified plants into New Zealand so yields could be higher stock would be fed better so would produce more protein There would be wastage tax on food not used the sea would be farmed and other such initiatives would arise So who is the wolf well the wolf is the economy The wolf wants to be fed and doesn t care about the worlds people There is already enough food being wasted on a daily basis to feed everyone on the planet if we really wanted to The world is run by the dollar not a passion to feed the population It is simply a big money go round So think about what you want for yourself your family and their family before you join a congregation that you will regret If you hear yourself saying hallelujah when you are up to your eyeballs in debt remember you can also get adrenaline running through your veins by going for a run or a mountain bike ride And beware of the wolf in cows clothing Share this Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Like this Like Loading About ianhandcock Passion about Farmer wellbeing Personal coach View all posts by ianhandcock This entry was posted in Farmer Wellness Inspiration Self motivating workplace and tagged agriculture coaching dairy farming farmer wellness farming inspiration lessons new Zealand people rural Sharemilker stress Bookmark the permalink Where have all the farmers gone NEVER EVER GIVE UP One Response to BEWARE THE WOLF IN COWS CLOTHING ianhandcock says July

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  • Self- motivating workplace | Target Focus Website | Page 2
    near Thames NZ A gathering of 50 odd family and supporters watched as milk from Continue reading Posted in Farmer Wellness Farming Inspiration Self motivating workplace Uncategorized Tagged agriculture coaching dairy farming farmer wellness farming Fonterra inspiration life motivation new Zealand people success Leave a comment Self Motivating workplaces Language Posted on September 15 2013 by ianhandcock It has been a while since my last blog but spring is an exciting time and I have been busy with direct involvement on some farms which has taken a lot of energy over the past few months It is Continue reading Posted in Farmer Wellness Farming Inspiration Self motivating workplace Tagged confidence culture farms language positive self belief Self Motivating success Leave a comment Newer posts Search for Recent Posts Getting Fit for Purpose Cycling for wellbeing Fit4Farming reveals 3 key ingredients for success Have we dropped the ball with human performance in the rural industry The 5 ways to wellbeing Articles to get you going FREE 12 page Sharemilking Report Getting back on track Pasture Focus Philosophy Categories Categories Select Category Farmer Wellness Farming Inspiration Motivaton Self motivating workplace Summer Uncategorized Weekly farm report wellbeing Follow me on Twitter My Tweets

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  • The time for talk is over | Target Focus Website
    made available What new ideas have been brought to the table Some farmers such as Doug Avery from Marlborough have sat down and analysed the situation and come up with a life changing solution For some irrigation fits the bill while others have planted crops that suit their soil types or simply budget on fully feeding their livestock with supplements for 100 days post December Not so long ago the focus was on carbon loss How much carbon is lost with soils bared to the sun and wind for three months of the year It would help if the Environmentally conscious put less focus on easy point scoring like nitrate leaching and instead look more broadly at farming and really assist the impact on the environment Every area has its own unique challenges but equally so has its own unique opportunities so the obvious place to start the think tank is local government lets look more widely for options around sustainable farming into the future Ian Handcock Share this Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Like this Like Loading About ianhandcock Passion about Farmer wellbeing Personal coach View all posts by ianhandcock This entry was posted in Farmer Wellness Farming Inspiration Self motivating workplace Summer and tagged agriculture dairy farming drought El Nino farmer wellness motivation stress Bookmark the permalink Get alongside energetic people Think of those rowing alongside you in your boat Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Twitter account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Facebook account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Google account Log Out

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  • agriculture | Target Focus Website | Page 2
    for Leadership at Grassroots Level Posted on February 11 2013 by ianhandcock It doesn t matter whether it is sport business or farming Leaders make decisions and decision making is vital when weather extremes hit the farming industry In droughts Farmers must develop the confidence to make decisions early before their feed supply runs out When Continue reading Posted in Farmer Wellness Farming Summer Uncategorized Tagged agriculture cows dairy dairy farming drought El Nino farmer wellness farming Fonterra new Zealand pastures Sharemilker stress summer sunshine winning Leave a comment GET THE RIGHT COACH Posted on November 21 2012 by ianhandcock We have all heard the saying a champion team will always beat a team of champions well farming and business are exactly like sport in that sense The Welsh Rugby team is a prime example of what happens with the Continue reading Posted in Farmer Wellness Farming Inspiration Tagged agriculture coaching dairy farming farmer wellness farming focus life motivation new Zealand people succeed winning Leave a comment Older posts Newer posts Search for Recent Posts Getting Fit for Purpose Cycling for wellbeing Fit4Farming reveals 3 key ingredients for success Have we dropped the ball with human performance in the rural

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