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This weeks top stories from our Young Farming Champions across the country
In the Field
Wool Young Farming Champion Katherine Bain currently getting the Cow Girl Experience in Canada will take up her new role as a Production Analyst with Paraway Pastoral in their head office in Orange in August.
Beef Young Farming Champion Tim Eyes is hosting his Archibull Prize School The Lakes College at his farm on 21st June 2018. Wow are they in for a treat
Out of the Field.
Wool Young Farming Champions Peta Bradley and Caitlin Heppner caught up with Young Farmer Business Program Team of Alex MacDonald and newly appointed Adele Henry whilst visiting Orange last week for The Archibull Prize. Its was widely agreed that the Young Farmer Champions will be invaluable in promoting the opportunities available as part of the YFBP. Megs Dunford from the DPI Schools Program also attended and gave an overview of how they support primary and secondary schools.
Shoutout to #YouthVoices18 Dione Howard and Emma Turner who will be participating in Hour of Power at MerinoLink Conference in Goulburn. Awesome opportunity for young professionals to speak about their work and passions within the wool industry. Read more here
Don’t you just love it when industry celebrates young rising stars in agriculture
Recently Target 100 Beef Young Farming Champion Bronwyn Roberts had the honour of being invited to be the keynote speaker at the prestigious Marcus Oldham Rural Leadership Program and Australian Beef Industry Foundation Awards Dinner in June.
We at Art4Agriculuture are very proud of Bron who has committed her life to the red meat industry, as a farmer, land management officer and as an advocate for the sector.