Livestock Leaders

About Livestock Leaders

Livestock Leaders is a professional development workshop aimed at building capacity of current supply chain champions involved in livestock production to be future leaders, influencers and advocates of the Australian red meat industry.

 

One of the key objectives of The Livestock Collective is to educate the Australian public about agricultural practices, particularly involving livestock, to increase the level of trust the public has for the industry. Key to achieving long term success in this area is to identify and develop future potential advocates from within the livestock industry to empower them to speak on the industry’s behalf for years to come.

Past Participants

John Cunnington

Holly Ludeman

Tiffany Davey

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News From Our Leaders

  • Nurturing a passion for beef since day one.

    February 2020 Livestock Leader Lucy has led a very diverse career in agriculture thus far....
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  • Brittany takes advantage of Ag Opportunities.

    February 2020 Livestock Leader Brittany Boly is in her third and final year of studying Animal...
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  • The Livestock Collective Appoints Project Coordinator

    Working in the agricultural industries advocation and education space was not something Grayson...
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  • Stockie Enjoys Niche Animal Welfare Role

    One of our February Livestock Leader course attendee’s  Pat Coole was recently interviewed...
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  • Livestock Leader Kate – “Girls can be Farmers to!”.

    Our February 2020 Livestock Leader from Northern Queensland, Kate Andison, was recently featured in...
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  • Agriculture to take a stand on hidden issue.

    February 2020 Livestock Leader Tiffany Davey recently presented as a guest speaker at the...
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  • Head Stockwoman takes on first cattle shipment.

    February 2020 Livestock Leader Camille Camp has been interviewed after successfully completing her...
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