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Leading producers and rural leaders to speak at ABARES Outlook 2014 conference

2014 is International Year of Family Farming as designated by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. ABARES is committed to supporting agricultural producers and will feature the following rural leaders from rural Australia on the Outlook 2014 program: Hear from leading speakers, rural leaders and primary producers: ABARES is pleased to confirm the following speakers for Outlook 2014 across sessions Brent Findlay, National Farmers’ Federation Murray Scholz, ‘Dunoon’ Culcairn, NSW / Nuffield Scholar John Cameron, ‘Kintyre’ Bongeen, QLD Caroline Welsh, Birchip Cropping Group, VIC Dennis Mutton, Focus on Solutions, Australian Rural Leadership Foundation SA Lucy Gregg, Reid Fruits, TAS Andrew Spencer, Australian Pork Limited / Australian Rural Leadership Foundation Natalie Williams, ‘Granville Station’, Jericho / Nuffield Scholar QLD Michael Sheehy, Natural Resources Indonesia / Nuffield Scholar, Catherine Marriott, Influential Women / Australian Rural Leadership Foundation  WA In addition leading producers from Canada, France, Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom, The Netherlands, Brazil and United States of America as well as guests from India and China will join Outlook 2014 delegates on Wednesday 5 in association with Nuffield International’s Contemporary Scholars Conference. Outlook 2014 will provide you with the opportunity to network with these and other inspiring speakers and rural groups to develop shared benefits for agriculture. Join the conversation at ABARES Outlook 2014 conference as we examine the opportunities for our agricultural industries. Click here for more information: https://www.amlink.com.au/secure/ei/getdemo.ei?id=2310&s=_1CO0UDCU8  


From: Tuesday March 4, 2014, 12:00 am

To: Wednesday March 5, 2014, 12:00 am

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