Growing up on a 1200 acre mixed livestock and arable farm in Sussex, England, Lucy Carnaghan’s earliest memories of idyllic farm life shower her childhood. Leaving school having failed her AS Level exams disastrously, she decided to embark on a 2 year BTEC National Diploma in Countryside Management at Plumpton College Agriculture Department.
2017 was an amazing year for Goombungee farmer Liz Couchman. The first generation farmer has many talents to her name along with some outstanding achievements. Last year Liz was awarded both the Oakey and Darling Downs rural ambassador awards. An experience she values and learnt a lot from.
For Jaye Hall being a wife, a mum to two kids and managing the family’s horses and stud cattle is only the start to her busy life. If she isn’t travelling to campdrafts and keeping up with the bookwork for 2 places you will find Jaye sculpting bronzes for a growing demand of customers.
For saltbush country lass Alix McFarland working in agriculture brings a strong sense of purpose to her life.
Graduate horticulturist Tayla Field is learning how salad greens get from the paddock to your plate as her work takes her from Tasmania to Queensland – not bad for a young woman from inner Sydney who had no agricultural connections until she started an environmental degree at university.
Lucy Goldspink is a contract musterer in the Marree region of South Australia. She spends a lot of time working up the iconic 'Birdsville Track', working side by side, 24 hours a day with her extremely supportive boyfriend of 4 years.
Located near the small town of Aramac in the Barcaldine Region, Queensland Australia young 23-year-old AgWoman Whitneyann Gleeson is right in her element. With a love for the outdoors, the talented horse woman spends her days as a station hand at Powella Station. However, when her boss is away she enjoys the responsibility of taking on the tole of manager /over-seer of the property.