AgTalk Podcast

The Centre for the Study of Agribusiness (CSA) at Marcus Oldham College is proud to present, Marcus Oldham AgTalk.

Hosted by the director of the CSA, David Cornish, join us he talks with the movers and shakers of the Ag world about the issues affecting the agribusiness sector.

AgTalk is available on all your favourite podcast platforms or listen on the player below:

Episode 16 – Leadership Lessons from the Cotton Industry with Mike Logan AM

Episode 15 – Decision Making and the Rule of Thumbs with Zoe Creelman

Episode 14 – The Leadership Challenge with Debbie Nicol

Episode 13 – Decision Making in the Southern Farming System

Episode 12 – Commodity Pricing  – Wool and Meat Part 4

Episode 11 – Commodity Pricing  – Wool and Meat Part 3

Episode 10 – Commodity Pricing – Grains Part 2

Episode 9 – Commodity Pricing – Grains  Part 1

Episode 8 – Succession Planning Part 3.2 – Smart Group Properties

Episode 7 – Succession Planning Part 3.1 – Smart Group Properties

Episode 6 – Succession Planning Part 2

Episode 5 – Succession Planning Part 1

Episode 4 – The Importance of Decision making and how we can learn to make better ones

Episode 3 – John Francis High Performing Farms

Episode 2 – The Future of Biotechnology in Agriculture with Professor Kevin Folta

Episode 1 – Dave Cornish and Phin Ziebell – What is going on in the world?

About the Host

AgTalk Host David Cornish

David Cornish – Director of the Centre for the Study of Agribusiness

David has had over 25 years experience in Agribusiness. This experience has included roles such as Agricultural Economist, Agribusiness Marketing Manager as well as senior banking roles in regional NSW and Victoria for NAB. David was the initial CEO of Rabo Financial Advisors and spent five years as a farm consultant with Mike Stephens & Associates focusing on agricultural investment opportunities for wholesale investment funds. In October 2008, David joined Landmark as the regional manager for Western Victoria and then as a strategy manager for the organisation. Before joining Marcus Oldham as a full time lecturer, he worked for Aquila Capital Investments supporting their farm investment strategy in Australia

In his spare time, he is involved in a family farming operation based at Casterton in Western Victoria.