Western Victoria Regional Chair- Tim Leeming
Tim and his wife Georgie run a self-replacing prime lamb flock, a seed stock business, run cattle and grow some cereal pasture crops at Pigeon Ponds in Western Victoria. They have substantially expanded the business over the past decade and have a strong focus on productivity and land development.
Tim has been involved with and still manages extension activities with a number of Lifetime Ewe Management groups and a BestwoolBestlamb group and delivers qualified training in agriculture at Rural Industries Skills Training, Hamilton.
Tim has been involved at executive and committee level in many and various local organisations including the Balmoral Branch of the VFF, Balmoral Pastoral Agricultural Show Society and Coopworth Genetics Australia. He also sits on the BestwoolBestlamb Advisory Committee and has been an implementation committee member for Land and
Biodiversity for the Glenelg Hopkins Catchment Management Authority.
In 1999 Tim was recognised as a Young Rural Ambassador for Victoria and has participated in a number of rural leadership programs during his farming career in Canberra and at Marcus Oldham College.
- Georgina Gubbins
- Edward Blackwell
- Ben Young
- Richard de Fegely
- Fiona Conroy
- Jo Cameron
- Irene Sobotta