Broome appointments boost project
The Northern Beef Futures project welcomes Andrew Negline as the operations manager, based in Broome.
Andrew will support industry groups in the Pilbara and Kimberley and work closely with the Kimberley Cattlemen’s Association, leading the adoption of best management practice to enable the northern beef industry to respond to market signals and ultimately meet demand.
Andrew has extensive experience in the commercial beef and agribusiness sector, having worked as an in-country representative for Meat and Livestock Australia in Korea.
Previously, Andrew was also employed by Cargill Inc Australian beef division and Franklin/Dairy Farm in New South Wales as category manager of beef, pork and lamb.
Andrew said that he will be the on-ground manager for the practice change and capability, capacity and leadership and mosaic agriculture sub projects of Northern Beef Futures.
Andrew said that NBF is a great initiative for the beef sector and promises to deliver unique opportunities for all who wish to participate.
The project is also pleased to welcome to Broome, Tim Wiley, mosaic agriculture development officer and Tony Shimmin, technical officer.
For more information contact Andrew Negline, operations manager, on +61 (0)8 91 94 1400 or email@example.com