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SE Agronomist Update - Naracoorte

Friday February 1, from 8.30-1.30pm at the Naracoorte Town Hall (Upstairs meeting room)

Topics; Interrogating the soil moisture probe network & Ryegrass management in the HRZ. Contact MFMG for further details

Ewe Time Forum – Save the Date
Naracoorte – March 28

The sheep industry’s popular series of forums is returning in 2019

See flyer for contacts click here

Super High Oleic Safflower Launch - Horsham
Wednesday December 19, 8.30am - 4.30pm at the Grains Innovation Park, Natimuk Road, Horsham

Please register for catering and buses. Follow this link for flyer and agenda   


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New CEO Announcement

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Meg Bell has been announced as the new CEO for the MFMG, set to begin her role in early July. Meg is replacing Charlie Crozier who has had to focus his time and energy on getting his farm back up and running following the Sherwood fire in January. Charlie spent the past two years as CEO, taking the organisation through a period of significant change in funding structures and project management.


Meg Bell grew up on a beef and cropping property near Millicent. She has had experience working in both South Australia and Victoria and in 2016, moved to Coleraine, Victoria and established Coleraine Livestock Consulting the following year. Meg is involved with the Grassland Society of Southern Australia, the South Australian Livestock Consultants group, and the Lifetime Ewe Management Program while currently in the role of coordinator of the Limestone Coast Red Meat Cluster.


Meg is excited to take on this new challenge in her role as CEO of MFMG and is looking forward to working with new and existing colleagues. “Charlie Crozier has done a wonderful job in the CEO position with MFMG and leaves some big shoes to fill! Charlie did a great job at boosting the profile of MFMG and collaborating with many different organisations in the agricultural industry. I hope to continue to build on Charlie’s efforts and to work hard at ensuring that MFMG continues to be recognised as a farming systems group that serves its members and sponsors with a focus on both livestock and cropping”.


Meg can be reached on email