HOW TO USE THIS ONLINE MAGAZINE
by clicking the arrows at the side of the page.
by clicking anywhere on the page. A slider will appear, allowing you to adjust your zoom level.
and move the page around when zoomed in by dragging the page.
and return to the original size by clicking on the page again.
by entering text in the search field and click on "In This Issue" or "All Issues" to search the current issue or the archive of back issues
a PDF of this magazine.
by clicking on thumbnails to select pages, and then press the print button.
a page via email, Facebook, Twitter and more.
TO VIEW PREVIOUS EDITIONS
, click the
button at the bottom of the screen.
Beyond the Bale : September 2015
ON I FARM HIP COURSE 2016 A Pplications are now open for the 2016 Breeding Leadership professional development course. If you are passionate about your industry and want to develop your skills to make a difference in the future, this course is for you! Breeding Leadership is designed for anyone 25 to 35 years old currently working in agriculture with a focus on the wool industry. Held every two years, the course is next being held 14-19 February 2016 in Clare, South Australia. It is an excellent opportunity to network with more than 20 like-minded people from across Australia. You will get the opportunity to learn from skilled deliverers in the areas of leadership and strategic thinking. There will also be expert industry guest speakers delivering sessions as well as field trips to innovative producers. The AWl event, held every two years, involves participants from every state who are trained in areas such as people management, corporate governance, strategic planning and time management. The week's events involve a mix of both classroom and field-work and, as well as excursions to stud and commercial operations, there will be an exposure to a variety of non-woolgrowing enterprises. At the end of the course, participants will have developed foundation leadership skills that will enable them to become enthusiastic, influential, dynamic and dedicated leaders within the wool industry and their local community. More than 100 young Australians have now attended the course, with many previous participants now holding leadership positions within business and industry. Samantha McPhee, District Wool Manager with Elders at Crookwell in NSW who completed the course in 2014, said, "Breeding Leadership was a terrific opportunity at the beginning of my career to be able to network, learn and share experiences with a really good group of like-minded industry people. Elements of the course have been very helpful with both strategic thinking and day to day management." - " 0,:: ...r;, ....:; }""" . ,J" ...: " > When it comes to sustainable parasite control, faecal worm egg count reduction is a key test to determining drench efficacy. The combination of three broad-spectrum actives in TRIGUARD delivers effective worm control for sheep, with an average efficacy of 99.7 0 /0 across properties tested. 1 Breeding Leadership was established in 2002 by the South Australian Stud Merino Breeders Association and became a national program through the Australian Association of Stud Merino Breeders in 2004. Since 2012 AWl has funded the course. Participants are required to pay a course fee of $330 (GST inclusive) which contributes to the cost of the program. Applications close on Monday 2 November 2015.  MORE INFORMATION The application form is available at www.wooL.com/breed i ng leadersh i p j 11I1 III! III II I êl .... - .--- - AUSTRALIA'S NO.1 SELLING COMBINATION SHEEP DRENCH* FOR HEALTHY NO.2s. TRIGUARD 11UiP'I.E COMBiNAT.ON DRENCH FOR Still:lEP See TRIGUARO product label for full claims and directions for use. 1. Merial data on file. *AVCARE data MAT March 2015. Merial Australia pty Ltd, Building 0, 12-24 Talavera Road, Macquarie Park, NSW 2113. ABN 53 071187 285.TRIGUARO@ is a registered trademark of Merial Limited. @2015 Merial Limited. All rights reserved. TRIG.15.06.0143BTB.HP. MERI0067/BTB/HP/SM