New faces join the SPAA committee

We are thrilled to announce some new faces joining the SPAA committee who were elected at our recent AGM that was held in Crystal Brook in March.

Ben Pratt is a farmer from Blyth graduated last year with a first class honours degree at the Uni of Adelaide with a focus on PA mapping. He was keen to join SPAA in order to help others realise the power of data when used correctly and that it doesn’t have to be complicated or technical.

Jon Dyer was a 2015 Nuffield Scholar and grain producer from Kaniva in Victoria’s West Wimmera.

He too joined the SPAA committee because during his Nuffield studies he realised that precision technology and data driven decision making was arriving in agriculture and is here to stay. SPAA is a way for him to connect with and learn from other farmers that are implementing these technologies. Hopefully he will likewise be able to contribute my own experiences and things I’ve learnt.

Chad Glover was re-elected to serve the position of Treasurer.

Congratulations on these appointments and look forward to the next two years with you on our committee helping to drive PA adoption.

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