The TFGA is governed by a board of 10 Directors; one from each of the three telephone districts in Tasmania, one from each of our five commodity councils and two independent directors. Each Director serves a three-year term, which is staggered between the three categories of Director.

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Marcus McShane

President

Marcus McShane and his wife Diana run a mixed farming operation in the Midlands of Tasmania.

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Ian Sauer

VICE CHAIR

Ian has been actively involved in Agriculture, Natural Resource Management, Policy formulation, project development, management, and community development over the past thirty years

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Andrew Beven

Director

Andrew is a practical person with trade background. He holds an Associate Diploma in Agriculture and an Advanced Diploma of Business Management and has spent 11 years in management roles for William Adams Pty Ltd and Hazell Bros Group, working at middle, senior and executive management levels.

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Matt Ryan

Director

Matthew and his wife Trish are partners in their own farming operation, which includes potato and vegetable production, other cropping (poppies, cereals and pyrethrum), livestock and broiler production.

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Andrew Aldridge

Director

Andrew is a second-generation dairy farmer currently share farming 440 cows at Branxholm in the picturesque North East of Tasmania, along with his wife Jenny and their 4 young boys. 

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Corey Spencer

Director

Corey is a 4th generation farmer at Bracknell in the central north of Tasmania. He also, along with his wife Janelle runs an Ag contracting business specializing in silage, hay and harvesting small seed crops.

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Marie McDonald

Marie has been involved in the rural industry for over 18 years. In 2013, her family relocated to Tasmania, and purchased a 640-acre property at Highclere, approximately 20 kms from Burnie.

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Alastair Cameron

For the last 20 years Alastair has run a mixed farming operation near Cressy. A mixture of dryland and irrigated cropping, the operation produces cereals, pulses, linseed, poppies and hemp.