Short film showcasing 'day in the life of a beef producer' to screen at Beef 2024

Kelly Mason
Updated April 12 2024 - 7:35am, first published April 11 2024 - 6:02pm
The students at the Believe In Beef, skills day, Meeleebee Downs with the Confidence Campaign Committee facilitators, Ash Duncan, Mel Dayman, Lucy Moore, Lucy Morrissey, Robert Freeman and Lachlan Jensen. Picture: Supplied by the Confidence Campaign Committee
The students at the Believe In Beef, skills day, Meeleebee Downs with the Confidence Campaign Committee facilitators, Ash Duncan, Mel Dayman, Lucy Moore, Lucy Morrissey, Robert Freeman and Lachlan Jensen. Picture: Supplied by the Confidence Campaign Committee

Six high school students aged 11 to 16 spent 24 hours on cattle property in Wallumbilla, near Roma, and the experience has been made into a short film, to be launched at Beef 2024.

Kelly Mason

Kelly Mason

Journalist

South east journalist covering stories from rural and regional Queensland. kelly.mason@queenslandcountrylife.com.au

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