Nominations open for DairySA board

Nominations open for DairySA board

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THOSE keen to shape the future of dairy in South Australia, with input into research and extension, are urged to put their names forward for the DairySA board...

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FUTURE DRIVEN: DairySA chair Michael Connor. There are two positions open on the DairySA board.

FUTURE DRIVEN: DairySA chair Michael Connor. There are two positions open on the DairySA board.

THOSE keen to shape the future of dairy in South Australia, with input into research and extension, are urged to put their names forward for the DairySA board.

Nominations are being accepted for an independent director and a dairy farmer director.

Dairy farmers with an interest in developing leadership skills and contributing to future research, development and extension, and independent providers with skills in agribusiness are encouraged to apply.

The DairySA board is responsible for deciding on and directing funding to regionally-relevant research and development, contributing to an increase in the profitability and sustainability of the state's dairy industry.

The DairySA board is made up of farmer directors, a representative from the milk processors and independent skills-based directors, totalling 11 people.

The board meets bi-monthly, usually at a central location, and sometimes online.

Two vacancies exist for terms that will run from October 2020 to October 2022.

Those interested in finding out more about involvement on the DairySA board are invited to contact chairperson Michael Connor on 0419 036 500 or DairySA regional manager Melissa Hunter at melissa@dairysa.com.au.

Completed nomination forms are due by 5pm on Friday, October 2, and should be forwarded to: DairySA Board Applications c/o Ms Melissa Hunter via email melissa@dairysa.com.au.

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