KLR in the Media
Over the last 13 years, Jim,
So who would benefit from attending KLR
Small producers with a few head to very large producers
Breeders of sheep and cattle
Backgrounders of sheep and cattle
Young producers just getting started to very experienced producers
Any livestock producer looking to better manage market risk
Any livestock producer looking to make more profitable marketing decisions.
Any livestock producer looking to increase
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Mike and Maureen Borello come from Mt Emu Plains north of Hughenden, plus they have country between Longreach and Muttaburra, as well as Bollon. As you can imagine it takes quite some skills in the area of
Working with other family members and managers, they spend time ensuring everyone is up to speed with training and management skills.
The Borello's use the KLR principles in both their breeding and backgrounding enterprises, making decisions daily on their pasture management and marketing decisions that are profitable.
Being part of the KLR Mastermind and going to regular Hughenden meetings
Mike Borello is talking to manager Ben Daly in the image below, read the QCL article by clicking on the image.
Agistment paves the road to the future
Will Comiskey at the time of writing this story does not own any land yet that has not stopped him to build a herd of 2,500 cattle using agistment.
After attending the KLR school and joining the Mastermind, he has worked hard to develop his marketing skills, build relationships and learning how to run a profitable cattle business without owning a cattle station.
Will was featured in the following article in QCL, click on the image to read
Get smart for a land boost
Matt and Marie Doyle run a livestock business at Yass in NSW, where they background cattle using the KLR principles. Being active Mastermind members, they have used the KLR tools and strategies in both rising and falling markets successfully. Managing market risk is a priority for the Doyle's and KLR has helped mitigate those risks.
Read more in "The Land Newspaper" article below.Matt Doyle
Jim and Terry Lindsay run a brahman breeding and backgrounding business at Hughenden in Queensland. Jim is the "L" in KLR and uses the KLR principles in his own beef operation. Jim has been using these methods since 2003 when Bud Williams first introduced him to his marketing methods.
Central Station featured the Lindsay family in their blog - read more below.
Boggabilla couple reaping rewards of converting cropping business to cattle trading enterprise
Richard and Janet
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