Upward Diaries

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The Upward Rural Diary

2018-19 Rural Diary is SOLD OUT! 

The Upward Rural Diary is a practical financial year diary specially developed for the daily management of your time, property and business.

Features include:

  • Comprehensive livestock records for cattle, sheep, pigs, horses
  • Feed, crop and pasture management
  • Employee records
  • Rural directory, field days and show dates
  • General agricultural information
  • Breeding and gestation records
  • GST financial and expenses tables
  • Livestock identification
  • Holidays, conversions and world times
  • First aid advice
  • Weather tables
  • Stock summaries
  • Daily recording of weather conditions, rainfall and temperatures

  • RRP AUD $55.00

    What people have been saying

    Mrs Sue Duggan from Coolah in NSW said their farm has been using the Rural Diary to manage their property and other businesses for 20 years. “It keeps track of our cattle records, spraying and cropping records along with rainfall and much more. “The diaries are kept on the bookshelf as an almanac. They are invaluable because the history of the farm is right at your fingertips. It’s the best property and management tool we’ve ever used.”

    Stephen Edwards from ‘Kunari’ in Padthaway, South Australia, has also used the Rural Diary for more than 20 years. “It is comprehensive with lots of information and space to write in each day. We can look back to see what happened in previous years such as, when did we plant x crop, when did we start shearing, etc. It helps us with planning for the current year.”

    Ian Moss from Albany, WA, said he uses the Rural Diary on a daily basis and has done so for seven years. “I use it more as a narrative of what I’ve been doing on the farm, especially the cattle records and fertiliser records. I also record the batch numbers of the herbicides. I’m frequently referring back to previous years to help me work out things like how much fertiliser is needed for this year. The monthly summaries are good too, once you get around to filling them in!”