Out and About - July 2017 - Elders Rural Services

Young agronomists graduate

Congratulations to the talented, first ever graduates of our Elders Agronomy Graduates Program who celebrated their completion of the program this month.

Nick Hunt, Di George, and Cameron Prien are now all employed by Elders on a full time basis, after completing the 2.5 year program which took them across Australia. Well done to the team, who are pictured here at their graduation dinner with national technical services manager, Graham Pag

Tail End Charlie continues its chug around Australia

Tail End Charlie, the tractor taking on Australia for cancer, has been making its way past Elders branches on the West coast.

Departing Perth in July, Tail End Charlie will be visiting towns around the country, with one branch in each zone hosting a key event. Read more by clicking here, and check out the progress photos below.

Staff at the breakfast launch of Tail End Charlie from Northam.










The Elders Katherine branch team with Tail End Charlie on his trip through the town

Clip of the Sale awards

Upper South East woolgrowers – Woidt Family Farms – were recognised as the state’s best in Elders’ Supreme Clip of the Year Awards for their well-bred, stylish wool.

The family – Tracey (back), Margaret, Gerald and Kingsley Woidt – are pictured here with Elders’ Trevor Smith.

Read more here.

Elanco Animal Health sponsor Greg Densley with Michelle and Hayden Whittlesea, Michelle and Paul Cousins, Mt Eba Trading via Woomera, Elders’ Malcolm Hunt and Elders district wool manager Alice Wilsdon. Mt Eba were the June 2017 Elders Clip of the Month winners.

Elders’ David Fogg and Malcolm Hunt (right) with Moorundie Park classer Allyson Hean