Today’s guest post comes from Tom Tourle who if he is as good a farmer as he is a story teller agriculture is very lucky indeed he chose this career pathway… 1,208 more words
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Todays guest post comes from young Goondiwindi cotton farmer Alexander Stephens
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I am very passionate about the Australian cotton industry, and taking up every opportunity that is placed in front of me will not only build my own personal career, but it helps bring connections throughout the cotton growing regions of Australia.
Meet Daniel Fox who is looking forward to balancing the needs of his farm business with the expectations of the community
G’day, my name is Daniel Fox and I am lucky enough to be a fifth generation farmer, my family farming in the Marrar (NSW) district for over eighty years. 1,086 more words
Meet Naomi Mulligan part of the growing numbers of young women choosing a career in the cotton industry
Today’s guest post comes from Naomi Mulligan part of the growing numbers of young women choosing a career in the cotton industry
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Food is a necessity, farmers are a necessity, and it is true that every family needs a farmer.
Our guest blog today comes from Eliza Star
My association with agriculture began growing up on our family farm in central NSW near Carrathool. My grandfather purchased the original farm as a small solider settler’s block where he and my grandmother raised 12 children! 1,341 more words
Meet Sarah Saxton who career in Agriculture saw her moving from the country to the city
This is Sarah’s story ……………………
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Every morning I wake up so proud of what Australian farmers are putting on our tables and so excited that I get to be a part of that process.
Farming has a reputation as been traditionalist. According to long held traditions farming is a man’s world and the men inherit the earth and the women become farmer’s wives. 1,699 more words