Mob: 0438 924 208
Nathan Craig hails from a family farm in Western Victoria where he spent the first seven years of his career as farm manager on their mixed enterprise (sheep and crop) farm. He has a strong background in annual and perennial pasture management, livestock production as well as the development of a cropping enterprise that worked synergistically with the pasture system. Nathan has recently completed a PhD at UWA on “Plant available nitrogen in monoculture wheat under long-term no tillage”
Mixed Farming Project Officer
Mob: 0457 064 777
Brianna grew up on a farm east of Ballidu where her family runs an intensive piggery, sheep and cropping program. She has a Bachelor in Agricultural Business Management with Charles Sturt University in Northam. Brianna is particularly interested in ways of incorporating sheep enterprise back into the farming industry to further develop the positive aspects of having livestock and cropping enterprises within a farming business.
Beef Industry Development Officer
Mob: 0427 246 846
Hailing from Perth, Erin graduated from Murdoch University in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science majoring in Animal Science. Since then, she has completed a couple of stints with beef focused operations, including working on a cattle station in the Northern Territory. Erin is looking forward to supporting the development of the pastoral beef supply chain, and in particular, the many backgrounders that grow pastoral cattle out in our region.
Mob: 0417 921 424
Former Margaret River local, Kirra completed a Journalism Major (BA) at Curtin University in Perth in 2015. Kirra worked for an international property firm and an accounting agency where she gained extensive experience in office administration, marketing and public relations. Kirra moved to Dandaragan in early 2018 and is enjoying learning about and working within the agricultural industry.
Mob: 0428 391 971
Long-time local, Brinley’s family are fourth generation Moora farmers. Brinley studied music and became a music teacher as there were more than enough brothers to take on the family farm. Brinley worked in Local Government Administration for a few years in Dandaragan, then left the workforce to become a mum. After focusing on her two beautiful children as a stay at home mum, Brinley is now back in the workforce and enjoying being involved in the agricultural industry.