When it comes to farming, change ensures long-term survival.
That's the case for two very
different Tasmanian farms diversifying into alcohol production, particularly
Lawrenny, a historic farm dating back to the 1800s.
Ross Mace has been farming beef on
Lawrenny since he bought it 20 years ago, but it's never been big enough to
make a good profit.
"We just wanted to run cattle
and fatten cattle, but the property isn't really big enough to employ staff and
to afford staff, so right from a very early stage we looked to diversify and
four years ago the idea of whisky distilling became a possibility," he
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