Report questions gender bias in succession planning

By Mollie Tracey
Updated July 28 2020 - 9:27am, first published July 23 2020 - 5:00am
Morawa farmer and 2017 Nuffield scholar Katrina Sasse is challenging traditional patterns when it comes to farm succession planning.

WHILE the agricultural industry has made great progress in advancing women in the workforce, little work has looked into shifting traditional patterns of patrilineal farm succession, which act as gender barriers for daughters growing up on farms.

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