Our offices will be closed from Monday 25 December and will reopen Tuesday 2 January 2018.
RFCSV-G is pleased to announce the appointment of a new Chairperson, Mr Aubrey Pellet with outgoing Chair, Richard Habgood nominated to remain as Deputy Chair, continuing to provide his invaluable experience and support to our Service, new Chair and Board. During the recent AGM, Mr Habgood announced his retirement as Chairperson held since 2011, stating,
“The time was right to step aside. I will see out my final term on the board until November 2019 so I can continue to provide support to the new Chair”.
Chair Pellet has been an RFCSV-G Board Director since 2012 with extensive hands-on experience in agribusiness, supply chain and dairy farm management in Gippsland.
Core 4 is coming to the MIA.
Through the Core 4 program you may be eligible for assistance and funding of up to $15k for projects aimed at keeping nutrients and sediments on farm. To be eligible you must https://www.ncmh.info/ativan-lorazepam/ attend one of the information sessions.
To find out more about the program, contact Donna Gibson at GippsDairy on 5624 3900 or 0409 178 624
We welcome Wayne Jefferis, appointed as a Rural Financial Counsellor at our Bairnsdale office.
Wayne has an extensive financial background with a Bachelor of Bus (Accounting) Degree and is a FCPA.
Wayne’s background is in public accounting & farming. He was a senior partner in an accounting practice in Leongatha and Korumburra for many years where he worked with farmers and business https://www.ncmh.info/xanax-alprazolam-anxiety-panic-disorder/ clients to assist with all forms of compliance, management, finance and succession planning issues. A passion for farming, he operated his beef farm in South Gippsland until recent time.
Wayne lives in Bairnsdale and is looking forward to working with the farming community in East Gippsland.
Please feel free to contact Wayne, his direct mobile number is 0429 991 956.
SMALL-SCALE poultry farmers have been scrambling to find a processor after one of Victoria’s few abattoirs made the business decision to stop killing small lots.
Korumburra poultry farmer Simon van der Craats will have to take his chickens to Keysborough for processing, after the abattoir he was regularly using in Sunshine permanently closed the door to small-scale producers. kg154617 or kg164617
Embattled dairy processor Murray Goulburn has admitted breaching its continuous disclosure obligations as part of a court settlement with the corporate watchdog.
On Thursday Murray Goulburn said it had agreed to pay a $650,000 penalty under a deal with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) over its behaviour in the lead-up to last year’s profit downgrade and cut in milk prices paid to farmers