TAP: A World of Opportunity Awaits

If visiting 40 countries before you’re 30 whilst earning over $100,000 a year, or delivering a Schistosoma Reflexus (inside out) calf, or owning your own Belted Galloway stud, or working with the best agribusinesses people in the area appeals to you, then should seriously consider a career in agriculture. This recommendation was advocated our Cows Create Careers panelists; Madeline Francis, an agronomist from Webber and Chivell, Andy Powell, a dairy farm manager, Will Verco, an agribusiness banker from CBA, Rachel Alexander, a field officer with Warrnambool Cheese and Butter Factory and Dave Sheedy, a vet from The Vet Group. Our panelists outlined their career paths whilst describing the various twists, turns, challenges and opportunities they embraced to get them to where they are now suggesting that it was ok to be uncertain of what you wanted to do as a career but to take on any opportunities offered to you to do what you enjoy doing.


To find out more about the TAP (Timboon Agriculture Project) click here.