AFTER a day of reflecting on 2021 and looking forward with positive aspirations for 2022, the Australian Association of Agricultural Consultants gathered together on the lawns of Fraser's, Restaurant Kings Park, Perth, for a sundowner last Friday.
Journalist LEAH TINDALE attended for Farm Weekly and took these photographs.
Planfarm consultant Cameron Weekes (left), ANZ relationship manager Adrian Vis and ANZ State agribusiness manager Sabin Ivey.
Curtin University agribusiness student Erin Schilling (left), Renfrew Grazing secondary manager Gemma O'Halloran and Curtin University agribusiness student Chaiyya Cooper.
ANZ agribusiness manager Murray Drysdale (left), Processworx founder Danielle McNamee and Byfields business development manager Jon Bush.
NAB agribusiness consultant Stratton Jones (left), NAB agribusiness manager Shelley Rayner, Planfarm farm consultant Sang Ravindran, with NAB agribusiness consultants Zoe Eyles and Matteo Libera.
NAB agribusiness manager Shelley Rayner and Australian Association of Agricultural Consultants treasurer Greg Easton.
CSBP senior agronomist James Easton (left), Braeleigh Consulting agronomist Dani Whyte and CSBP district manager Matthew Williams
Daybreak Cropping operations manager west Troy Bungey (left), Warakirri Asset Management precision agriculture manager Laura Bennett and Euroz Hartleys board member David Smith.
Curtin University agribusiness student Anna Martin (left), with Icon Agriculture trainee consultant Renee Sieber.
ANZ agribusiness managers Joslyn Jackel-Smith (left), Mark Wigmore and Natalie Marchese.
ConsultAg Farm consultant Steve Curtin (left), with Murdoch University AgScience students Jada Cowdrey and Lucie Kerr.
ConsultAg research agronomist Trent Butcher (left), with ConsultAg consultant Ben Whisson.
Murdoch University student Kaitlyn Anderson (left), with DPIRD operations manager Climate Resilience Taskforce, Nancye Gannaway.
NAB senior marketing manager Scott Gladman (left), with NAB agribusiness manager Finley Leech.
Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) deputy general Carl Binning, with DPIRD research scientist Jackie Bucat.
AgAsset farm management consultant Renae Piggott (left), AgAsset principal consultant David Watson, AgAsset farm management consultant Carly Veitch and Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development research scientist Sub Kharel.
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