Tech Officer appointments
Above (L-R): Chloe Wilson, Josh Hack and Zac Geldof
Dairy UP welcomes three new Technical Officers.
Based in the Bega Valley, Chloe Wilson looks after the farm monitoring for Dairy UP’s P1 project (Unlocking the potential of Kikuyu). Chloe has a degree (AVBS) from the University of Sydney and experience working for NSW DPI (EMAI) and a large feed-lot (animal health area).
Josh Hack is responsible for Dairy UP’s farm monitoring in the mid coast region. He is an agronomist with Ag Farming Systems which provides agronomy services and research and development with replicated trials. Josh has worked in agriculture for more than 20 years and has experience in dairy beef and broad acre systems. He has a Bachelor of Agricultural Science from Charles Sturt University.
Zac Geldof looks after Dairy UP’s farm monitoring in the Northern Rivers area. When he’s not doing Dairy UP work, Zac is an agronomy consultant, servicing growers and graziers in Northern NSW and servicing rural stores as an area manager with Agrimix. He has a Bachelor of Agriculture from the University of New England.
About Dairy Up:
Dairy UP is a collaborative research, development and extension program for the NSW diary industry. It aims to unlock the potential of pastures, cows, water and milk to increase productivity and profitability, and de-risk the industry and develop new markets.
Lee-Ann Monks, Monks Communication, 0419 349 244 email@example.com