OK, so common-sense suggests we need to retain and transport our valuable livestock with maximum care and protection so as not to damage our revenue generating potential.

The reality is for many, is that though tougher economic times we have “made do” rather than got the best, patched up rather than replace, and of course this made economic sense for a significant number of farmers who were counting every cent and looking at diminishing values of stock.

However, there comes a time when a “would be better to” may become a MUST.

Here are your 6 key signs that giving us a call to get the cards on the table and find out what is possible and for how much is something that you really should do.