When Vicki Miller graduated from high school she could have become an accountant, veterinarian or journalist - lucky for brides and new parents, she decided to become a photographer.
Roma feedlot operator Janet Reddan is the new AgForce cattle board director for Southern Inland Queensland region.
Seven years of careful planning has led to Ben and Kirsty Harm taking over the family farm at Mt Sylvia in the fertile Lockyer Valley, from Ben’s parents Trevor and Debbie.
Time away from the family beef enterprise meant Barclay Bassett, Jenavale, Roma, finally returned home with a clear vision for his future and knowledge of the path to get there.
Joel Bentley is using his skills and experience in his role with Australian Country Choice (ACC), thanks to a ground-breaking new program backed by Meat & Livestock Australia’s Donor Company (MDC).
In an era when media reports are focusing on the increasing unlikelihood that our youth will ever own their own home in our cities, one bush boy has made the first steps towards staking out his own piece of dirt.
Kalbar boy Billy Goetsch has won numerous trophies, awards and ribbons in carcase competitions, campdrafting and auctioneering.
Go-getters Hannah Maller and Josh Collins, Hamilton Park, Wallumbilla, took up buying and finishing dairy calves to fund their entry into a Wagyu embryo transfer program.