Agribusiness

Hood Sweeney is a leading provider of professional services to regional business enterprises in South Australia.

Headed by dedicated leaders with experience in the industry, Hood Sweeney understands the complex needs of the rural and farming businesses, such as:

  • effective cash flow management to manage through off-season, environmental and economic challenges
  • accounting and tax compliance, tax planning and forecasting
  • estate, succession and retirement planning
  • remote communications and managed information technology services
  • farm equipment and vehicle finance, along with stock and crop funding and seasonal finance

Hood Sweeney operates on the basis that building relationships with our clients is critical to our ability to provide relevant and tailored services to this significant South Australian industry.

As such we ensure our professionals have local knowledge and are accessible to our clients. Through this on the ground service, our clients benefit by having local professional contact combined with access to the resources and support of our Adelaide-based professional team.

 

       

Farm Succession Planning - a structured approach.

In this interview, Scott Young, Director and leader of Hood Sweeney’s
Agribusiness team, highlights the key considerations when it comes
to farm succession planning and offers a model by which farming
families can commence this critical process. READ MORE

       

Personal Property Securities Register - what does it mean for your business?

The Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) is the register
where details of security interests in personal property can be
registered and searched.  READ MORE

 

At Hood Sweeney we love nothing more than to see our clients reach their goals and share their stories of achievement.


 

 

    Clare Valley farmers, David and Margot Maitland, together with their sons Sam and Jim, have value added to their existing farming business, by launching wholegrain pasta products, made from 100% durum wheat, grown on their farm. READ MORE