Welcome to the December Edition of the Kimberley Pilbara Cattlemen’s Association Update
We acknowledge that this logo is now past it’s use-by date and are working on the branding for our new name; Kimberley Pilbara Cattlemen’s Association. We hope you have all had a wonderful break over Christmas and New Year. May this year bring great rain, solid markets and new innovation to our industry.
This is the first time we have done a newsletter using this style so as per usual, feedback on how it is set out, content, timeliness of information etc we valued. We are working on improving our communications so as not to overwhelm you all, but to keep you informed in a timely manner, a fine balance. If you find an article or something you think would benefit the industry, please send it through to [email protected] and we will include it in the next monthly update.
December has been another busy month with our AGM, a new name, a new Executive, Christmas and the writing of a few grants on behalf of our members. Please welcome our newly Formed Executive Team. Contact details of all are at the bottom of this newsletter. A big thank you to NBF and Andrew Negline for hosting 4 of our members in Darwin for the LIVExchange Conference, Annabelle Coppin, Ben Wratten, Anne Marie Huey and Cob De Pledge were the members who represented us.
A shout out and thank you must also go to Tony O’Neill from Territory Rural, along with MCFP and Bio-John for sponsoring our Sundowner for $1000 after the AGM. It was a great evening, enjoyed by all who attended. Congratulations must also go to Anne Marie Huey, new Chair of the Kimberley Division PGA, Jed O’Brien for taking on the role of Vice Chair and Wendy Brockhurst remains as the Treasure.