Sally has both a Bachelor of Agricultural Science and International Development and completed the RCS Grazing for Profit course in 2014. Her interest in agriculture began on the 11,000 acre family farm, located on the Macquarie River flood plain north of Warren NSW. As a cell grazing property, it has been managed holistically for the past 20 years with a focus on increasing perennial pastures using grazing management techniques.
Since graduating from university in 2014, Sally has worked on multiple sheep and cattle breeding/ trading properties throughout NSW and Victoria, whilst also assisting Dick with the management of Margan Pastoral company at Boorowa, NSW.
Sally has worked along side Dick at since 2015; assisting in teaching grazing principles, techniques to determine feed on offer, pasture observation and monitoring techniques.
During this time Sally has used the Maia grazing program extensively and now assists fellow graziers with the Grazing Naturally method, managing stocking rate to carrying capacity, planning feed scenarios and mitigating risk.