Monthly Archives: March 2018

TLG Appoints New Sales Manager

With much pleasure we would like to announce Paul Douglas as the new Sales Manager for Total Livestock Genetics.

Paul has a number of years’ experience in the animal genetics industry, primarily focussed on the dairy industry and the evolution of genomics within this field, with some external consultancy to the instigation of sheep and beef genomic evaluation projects.

Paul’s recent position in managing the Ginfo project (on behalf of the Dairy Futures CRC) provides opportunities to further utilise genetic data to improve the understanding and importance of genomics within the Australian dairy industry.

Paul has a Bachelor of Agricultural Science from Melbourne University, a Post Graduate Diploma in Agribusiness from Monash University, and has completed a Leadership Program with the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science.

Paul will commence this position on 12 April 2018. Contact details for Paul will be available shortly.

 

 

TLG Appoints General Manager

TLG are pleased to announce that Alex Robinson has joined the team as their new General Manager.

As TLG has experienced strong growth in the past few years it sees the appointment of a general manager as an expression of it’s confidence in continued growth in the animal reproduction and livestock export sectors.

Alex was raised on a sheep and beef farm at Framingham (near Terang) and has a degree in Agricultural Science (Melb) and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investment (SIA). He joins TLG post a 15-year stint farming a large beef and sheep property in Woolsthorpe.

TLG is confident that Alex’s prior experience in both animal production and agri finance will position him well to assist in the companies continued growth and high service standards.

Alex is very much looking forward meeting TLG’s loyal customers and suppliers over the coming months and playing a constructive role in the efficient delivery of TLG’s services in the future.

Alex can be contacted on: [email protected].