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Beyond the Bale : June 2013
39 39 on-farm June 2013 BeYoNd the BaLe groWer netWork netWork coorDInator contact DetaILs Bestprac (pastoral zone) www.bestprac.info Carlyn Sherriff (08) 8842 1103 firstname.lastname@example.org Sheep Connect New South Wales www.sheepconnectnsw.com.au Sally Duff (02) 6391 3954 email@example.com BESTWOOL/ BESTLAMB (Vic) www.dpi.vic.gov.au/bestwool Lyndon Kubeil (03) 5761 1649 firstname.lastname@example.org Sheep Connect South Australia www.sheepconnectsa.com.au Ian McFarland (08) 8226 0428 email@example.com The Sheep’s Back (WA) Andrew ritchie (08) 9736 1055 firstname.lastname@example.org Leading Sheep (Qld) www.leadingsheep.com.au Nicole Sallur (07) 4654 4220 email@example.com Sheep Connect Tasmania www.sheepconnecttas.com.au James Tyson 0409 006 774 firstname.lastname@example.org aWI grower networks aWI state networks provide opportunities for woolgrowers to get involved in educational and practical programs that focus on making positive changes to their production and management practices, such as grazing management and price risk management. Woolgrowers identify what they would like to focus on and determine the outcome. The networks are about self-directed learning. AWI's grower networks are fundamental to the spread of new ideas, continuing education and the adoption of best practice. They are integral to AWI's strategy for delivering research and development outcomes. Strong partnerships with state departments of agriculture, private providers and woolgrowers help AWI ensure the continued growth of the networks in each wool-growing state. All woolgrowers are encouraged to get involved. To learn more about the networks and how to get involved, call the network coordinator in your state/region. Learning about condition scoring at a sheep’s Back event in Western australia.