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TP Jones & Co Tasmanian Young Farmer of the Year 

 

The finals were held on Saturday 17th August at Quercus Park, Carrick, where the competitors were greeted by a nice sunny morning. 

With only half an hour to get ready and receive a run down of the day, they were then off to their first module.

Competitors saw a range of challenging modules during the day, including agronomy, animal handling, assembly, calibrations, career development, fencing, finance and first aid.

After competing in eight modules during the day, the top six competitors went through to the final two modules, which were held during the Presentation and Awards Dinner that evening.

The final modules included a quiz and public speaking challenge in front of more than 70 guests who attended the dinner.

Once the final two modules were completed the final scores were tallied and next came the announcement we have all been waiting for.

Congratulations to Ashley Evans who was named the 2019 TP Jones & Co Young Farmer of the Year!

We are proud to announce that the top 6 finalists:

First 

Ashley Evans 

Second      

Brodie Hill 

Third 

Stuart Cresswell

Fourth 

Tobias ten Bensel 

Fifth 

Caitlin Radford 

Sixth   

Lachlan Woodcock    

 

Congratulations to our module winners:

 Agronomy

Lachlan Woodcock

Animal Handling 

Lachlan Woodcock 

Assembly 

Tobias ten Bensel 

Calibrations 

Matthew Bayles & Stuart Cresswell     

Career Development      

Caitlin Radford 

Fencing 

Mathew Horswell 

Finance 

Ashley Evans 

First Aid 

Ashley Evans 

Public Speaking 

Ashley Evans 

Quiz 

Brodie Hill 

 

 

 

 

 We would like to congratulate everyone who took part in the 2019 TP Jones & Co Young Farmer of the Year Competition and we hope to see you all again next year!

Don't forget, the Young Farmer competition is organised by Rural Youth Tasmania and is open to all Tasmanians aged 15 to 30.

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Congratulations to WILLIAM BAXTER  who was awarded the title of 2018 TP Jones & Co Young Farmer of the Year !

 

 

competitors saw a range of challenging modules during the day, including agronomy, animal handling, assembly, calibration, career development, fencing, finance and first aid.