After several postponements, due to COVID-19, the United Dairyfarmers Victoria has finally gone ahead, at Zinc, Melbourne.
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WESTERN REPRESENTATIVES: Ian Morris, Cobden, caught up with Bruce Knowles, Tyrendarra, at the first conference in 36 months.

It’s 36 months since the UDV last met.

After four years, president Paul Mumford, Won Wron, has announced he’s stepping down from the position.

“The work has been invigorating and hugely rewarding,” Mr Mumford said.

“I have made sure my moral compass was straight and integrity intact and that I delivered for all dairy farmers, in their best interests.”

Other presenters included the UDV commodity manage Shane Byrne, Australian Dairy Farmers president Rick Gladigau and Dairy Australia analyst John Droppert.

United Dairyfarmers of Victoria members have instructed their organisation to lobby the Victorian Government to abandon its plan to cut agricultural staff.

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