Work-life balance for farming families… how is it possible?

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Big crops and rain delays meant the 2022-23 harvest was a long one. Then, all of a sudden, seeding for the 2023 season was upon us. There wasn’t much time to relax and recharge for the season ahead.

If this sounds like your experience, and you’ve started to consider how you can create a sustainable work-balance for your family and farm, this night out is for you.

Grab the family, head into town and join us for dinner and an entertaining evening as we take a light-hearted look at a serious topic.

WHERE: Minnipa Sports Club, Minnipa

WHEN: Friday 4 August from 5:30pm

HOW MUCH: Adults $15 a head, kids eat free!

This interactive discussion led by Mallee farmer John Gladigau will cover the following topics:

  • What is work-life balance in a farming context, anyway?
  • Why is it hard to achieve?
  • Why is it important?
  • What practical changes can we make to our lives?

Featuring the well-loved characters from the acclaimed Kick Off Ya Boots production.

ifarmwell founder and clinical psychologist Associate Professor Kate Gunn will also be in attendance.

Tickets are strictly limited to 30 adults. Book now at

This workshop is brought to you by ifarmwell and the University of South Australia Department of Rural Health, in partnership with Kick Off Ya Boots.

It is supported by the Australian Government Future Drought Fund, AIR EP, Primary Producers SA and Grain Producers SA.

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