Lily Moore, 18, says events like Beef 2024 will help her find her 'dream' ag job

Bryce Eishold
Updated May 6 2024 - 7:40am, first published May 5 2024 - 5:36pm
Lily Moore, Ilford, NSW, with a two-week-old Heitiki Droughtmaster calf from Inverell, NSW, nicknamed Spicy because of her "sassy personality". Picture by Bryce Eishold
Lily Moore, Ilford, NSW, with a two-week-old Heitiki Droughtmaster calf from Inverell, NSW, nicknamed Spicy because of her "sassy personality". Picture by Bryce Eishold

Lily Moore expects the competition among other junior paraders and young judges at Beef Australia to be "daunting" this week, but the 18-year-old says she is ready to give it a "red hot crack".

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Bryce Eishold

Bryce Eishold

Senior journalist

Bryce is a senior journalist with Australian Community Media's Stock & Land where he reports on all aspects of agriculture. Bryce is also the president of the Rural Press Club of Victoria. Email Bryce at bryce.eishold@stockandland.com.au.

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