Dayanne Martins Almeida was born in Brazil 33 years ago and spent most of her childhood and teenage years helping her parents with their small retail business as well as looking after her younger sisters. Dayanne was a town girl who had never ridden a horse nor experienced the country life. Life changed completely when she chose to study Animal Science back in 2004.
Bronwyn Roberts is a cattlewoman with strong ties to the land she calls home in central Queensland, Australia. She has done the hard yards alongside her father and mother on their family property, immersed herself in the world of sustainable agriculture as a grazing management officer and is now using her extensive skills as Business Development Manager in a Wagyu operation.
A city girl, gone country girl….Jenny Osguthorpe was born and raised in a metropolitan area. In her late teenage years, she attended Weber State University in Ogden, Utah on a leadership scholarship as a Student-body Officer while studing Communications and Public Relations. Weber State not only gave her an academic education, but the opportunity to meet her husband, Brad.
Sophie Atkinson has a lot on her plate. At 26 she leases the family farm and is also kept busy with new son Brax. Sophie is the forth generation to manage the 250ha organically certified Pirinoa property in the Wairarapa. She operates a diverse business which includes a mix of deer, sheep, beef, cropping and dairy grazers which keeps life interesting.