OUR BOARD 

Our grower based board is guided by its Constitution to ensure that good governance keeps the organisation focused on its goals. 

 

Murray Grey 

Chair

Mob: 0412 676 861

Based in Yathroo with his wife Adele, daughter Odelia, and sons Jack and Jesse, Murray is the Managing Director of Glenflorrie Brahmans, a family-owned and operated beef business incorporating Glenflorrie Station in the West Pilbara and two backgrounding properties in the West Midlands region. The Grey family has been in the pastoral industry for five generations and this strong background has led to Murray's involvement in various industry committees including the Northern Australia Beef Research Council and the Marketing, Market Access and Trade sub-committee for the Cattle Council of Australia. Participation at a national committee level has exposed Murray to valuable skills and experience. 

 


 

Duncan Glasfurd

Vice Chair

Duncan farms with his parents, Ray and Rose in Dandaragan and Cataby. They run a mixed farming operation consisting of 70% sheep and 30% crop. Duncan studied a Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Western Australia and also complete a chartered accountancy.

 


 

Tim Hayes

Secretary

Third-generation farmer, Tim Hayes farms with his father David and wife Erin on their mixed farming operation in Eganu. The Hayes family are considered pioneers of soil amelioration with a long history of experimenting with different techniques. Tim is also a qualified electrician. 


 

Mieke Bohlen

Treasurer

Mieke holds a Bachelor of Commerce and is Merchandise Manager at Nutrien Ag Solutions' Badgingarra branch. Joining the WMG Board back in 2018, Mieke is passionate about ensuring local producers can access relevant interesting and regular updates to improve the management and profitability of their farm businesses.

 


 

Declan Keogh

Declan is an agribusiness professional with extensive pastoral cattle and agribusiness finance experience. Spending time as a child at his aunt and uncle's farm at Warradarge developed a strong connection with the region and passion for agriculture and ultimately led him to a career in the sector. Declan hopes to contribute to the sustainable growth of agriculture through innovation in technology and management. He holds an Associate Degree in Agribusiness from Curtin (Muresk), a Graduate Certificate in Commerce from the University of Sydney and is nearing the completion of his Master of Business Administration at the University of Western Australia. He is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has recently completed the Company Director’s Course.