[ Dog whistle] I do a wide range of work with farmers.I also do projects for industry and government. Most accompany the work as be concentrated on sustainabilityof farm plans, and thats everything from financials, through to social sustainabilityand environmental. And thats a skills and abilities that Ive got aspecialty with. My role is very much about bridging often betweenenvironment and agriculture. For most of the farmers that I work with, its not actually something they see as a divergence either.So theyre like me strong links to the land, and its very important to them thatthey manage the property sustainably.Where often these new challenges is, is understandingwhere the brand-new press are, how brand-new discipline is influencing policy makers and perhaps whatthat symbolizes on farm. As the expert consultants I do a good compas of: sittingat my desk, tapping out reports; and doing really detailed analysis and reading scientificpapers; as well as getting out on farm and looking at swine and having conversationswith farmers. I certainly enjoy coming out there and diggingholes and moving sheep and yelling at puppies, and everything else.Its time a lack of time, primarily. My advice for young people interested in aland-based career, so it could be environment, it could be agriculture.It could be anything thats linked to the health. So vets, finance, auditors, bankers.My advice is to keep your options open. Follow what youre passionate about.Make assured that youre not following the easy route undoubtedly but think about whatworks for you, what drives you, and what appreciate you can add to the industry.We need, in this sector, talented people across the whole spectrum.Theres huge opportunities for pretty much any career.If you want to work hard and achieve things, this is the place to be.