Calrossy student taking the lead and establishing own cattle stud!
Calrossy secondary student takes the lead establishing their own cattle stud!
With big dreams, Emily Taylor is making a splash in the cattle industry. The Calrossy Boarder has established her own Cattle stud and is achieving great accolades within the cattle industry. This inspirational student features in a story that appeared on ABC landline where she discusses her passion and drive plus how she sees her future in a traditionally male dominated industry.
Calrossy Principal, Mr David Smith, said Emily and younger brother Mitchell are amazing advocates for the younger generations who are entering the Agricultural Industry and wonderful examples of initiative and passion in their enterprise.
Both Emily and Mitchel are Calrossy Boarders, who study Agriculture at Calrosy and are members of the Calrossy Cattle Team. They both utilize the Calrossy Farm, Tangara Trade Training Centre, which delivers Primary Industry courses, affording students with a valuable opportunity to put the Agriculture classroom learning into practice. The experience is strongly hands-on, featuring operation of the Calrossy Kamilaroi Shorthorn Stud. Involvement provides students with practical knowledge and the formula is supported by our dedicated Team of academic Agricultural staff.
It is great to see one of our dedicated, passionate and talented Agriculture students being publicly recognised. Go Emily, The entire Calrossy community is proud of you. To see the full story, click here https://bit.ly/3CYg2lV
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