Cattle Industry Fund Board
The current members of the Cattle Industry Fund Board are:
Penny Schulz (Field) - Chair
Penny runs a sheep and beef operation in the Upper South East district of Field with her husband Jason and mother-in-law Joanne, producing first-cross lambs and operating a beef seedstock operation, Raven Limousin and Limflex. Penny works off-farm managing projects and delivering workshops for the sheep, beef and dairy industries and casual university teaching in animal genetics and business management.
Lyndon Cleggett (Glencoe)
Lyndon is a dairy farmer based in the South East. A wool classer by trade, Lyndon has held several Board positions within the dairy industry including as a Director of the World Guernsey Cattle Federation and the Guernsey Cattle Society of Australia.
Robert Brokenshire (Mount Compass)
An active member of the dairy and grain industry with a farm located at Mount Compass, Robert Brokenshire has been a member of the South Australian Parliament for the past 23 years. His career began in the House of Assembly with the Liberal Party where he not only served as a cabinet member, but also distinguished himself as a Minister with the portfolios of Police, Corrections, Emergency Services, Gambling and Volunteers.
Stephen Radeski (Woodside)
Stephen is an experienced livestock producer and finance executive currently employed by ANZ Bank as the State agribusiness manager in SA and the NT. He has held several Board positions within industry including as the Treasurer of Livestock SA.
Heath Nickolls (Pinnaroo)
Heath is the principal manager at Bull Oak Well Angus in Pinnaroo. The farm runs 200 registered Angus breeders as well as a cereal cropping program. Bull Oak Well has a known reputation for producing extremely high quality sires.
Tom Hampton (Woodside)
Tom Hampton is a beef cattle producer from Woodside in the Adelaide Hills. He currently works as a transport engineer within the rail industry and has a particular passion for beef cattle production which he developed whilst attending Urrbrae Agricultural High School. Tom has consulted on some of the State’s largest transport infrastructure projects ranging from $30M to $200M in expenditure.