Eyre Peninsula, North West Pastoral
A native of Kimba but educated at Adelaide’s Rostrevor College, Lawrence has been forging strong and long-lasting relationships with Quality clients since 1998.
Offering more than 35 years’ wool industry experience, Lawrence is active in the Wudinna community through the town’s sporting clubs and would one day to like to visit Tobruk where his Uncle fought in World War Two.
Eyre Peninsula, West Coast
With a passion for sheep born from helping manage the 2000-head ewe flock on the family property, Ben has given Eyre Peninsula growers over a decade of service.
A livestock salesperson on the EP previously, Ben has helped Quality give back to his community through sponsorships with the Marble Range Football Club, Port Neill Bowling Club and many more.
Eyre Peninsula, West Coast.
A former Cleve Area School student, James gained experienced working on farms and in shearing sheds on the West Coast before joining Quality Wool in 2018.
One of the first participants in Quality’s youth workshop program providing on-the-job education for youth entering the industry, James is keen to further enhance his skill base by adding sheep classing to his resume.
West Coast, Yorke Peninsula, Western NSW
Growing up in Port Adelaide around the stores and docks once the hub of SA wool buying and selling, it’s little wonder Glen would choose a life in that industry.
A founding member of Quality Wool from 1991, Glen has also been central to the Q’s community programs including creating the annual Quality Wool Cup cricket tournament in Port Lincoln.
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