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Ian Sauer

President

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

Vice Chair

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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Marcus McShane

Director

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

Corey Spencer

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 specialising in silage, hay and harvesting small seed crops.

Nathan Cox

Nathan Cox

Director

Nathan operates a family farm with his wife and two children at Paloona on the Forth River, producing processing potatoes and store calves for the local fattening market.

Brian Stewart

Brian Stewart

Director

Brian is part of a farming partnership with his brother and mother farming 170 hectares of land at Thirlstane on the North West Coast of Tasmania.

They are a mixed farming operation growing poppies, pyrethrum and wheat as well as running the Dunlop Park Angus Stud, a herd of 110 registered breeding cows.


Elizabeth Lord

Dr Elizabeth Lord

Independent Director

Elizabeth grew up on a small farm at Longford. She studied medicine at the University of Melbourne and is currently working as a GP in Hobart.

James McShane

James and his wife Tahnee, own and operate Rotherwood, a 3000ha grazing and forestry operation. They run around 5000 merino sheep and trade store cattle during the growing season. Rotherwood also has hard and softwood plantations and working native forest.

James Greenacre

James and his wife Sophie manage a 1250 cow farm in an equity partnership with another local farming family at Cressy.