Young Farmer of the Year: Anika Molesworth

Anika Molesworth manages her parents’ 10,000 acre Dorper sheep property in Broken Hill, but it’s her quest to embrace organic farming that sets her apart from the rest.
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Kristy Moroney

That mindset has been incredibly successful, as demonstrated by the high occurrence of twins and triplets breeding, and the stock consistently achieving top results at the saleyard. Anika has combined her passion for agriculture and science research into working as Research Assistant on a Charles Sturt University and Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) project located in southern Laos. The project seeks to develop crop-livestock systems platforms for capacity building, commercialisation and community learning in a region troubled by food scarcity and poverty. Anika also holds a Bachelor degree in Science specialising in agribusiness, and is currently undertaking a Masters degree in Sustainable Agriculture.
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