Cressy business Rosemount Agriculture has been named winner of the 2021 ANZ Dairy Business of the Year Award, at the Tasmanian Dairy Awards dinner following the Tasmanian Dairy Conference in Devonport.
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Rosemount Agriculture Pty Ltd business owners Jo and Rob Bradley and James and Sophie Greenacre. They won the 2021 ANZ Dairy Business of the Year Award.

Rosemount Agriculture Pty Ltd is an equity partnership between Rob and Jo Bradley and James and Sophie Greenacre, and is managed by James Greenacre.

The Tasmanian Dairy Business of the Year Award is awarded to the business that records the highest number of points in the judging process, with benchmarking data considering financial performance, management, pasture, herd size and environment.

DairyTas executive officer Jonathan Price said it was heartening to see such high performance in the industry, despite recent challenges.

“It has been fantastic to recognise those businesses and individuals throughout the industry that have performed across these key areas in 2021,” Mr Price said.

“Despite the challenges of COVID-19, the Tasmanian Dairy Industry has continued to perform well with record milk production and increased business confidence.”

Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture dairy extension team leader and award judge Lesley Irvine said it was “really exciting” to see the focus each of the finalists had on pasture management, with each business regularly measuring their pasture and using that data to help make decisions on their farm.

The 2021 Fonterra Share Dairy Farmer Award was won by Jeffrey Gijsbers and Monique Mulder, while Rory Wellwood received the 2021 Cadbury Young Farmer Encouragement Award.

Luke and Tammy Tuxworth won the 2021 Rex James Stockfeed Dairy Farm Safety Award and Clovelly Tasmania was announced the 2021 Aurora Energy Dairy Farm Employer of Choice Award winner.

The 2021 Fonterra Dairy Employee of the Year was Michael Thomas, and the 2021 Veolia Dairy Farm Environmental Award went to Norm, Lesley and Rob Frampton.

The Dairy Business of the Year Award is supported by funding through the Dairy HIGH project, which is a partnership between Dairy Australia and TIA.

THE Dairy Industry Code of Conduct has brought about a “significant culture change” within the dairy sector and helped increase competition at the farmgate, according to Australian Competition & Consumer Commission deputy chair Mick Keogh.

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