Humans of Agriculture | Submarines and soils with Charlie Perry

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G’day and Welcome to the Humans of Agriculture podcast.

I’m your host Oli Le lievre and it’s a pleasure to bring another incredible story to you.

Our next guest is the 2022 Australian Zanda McDonald Award winner, Charlie Perry grew up on his family’s property ‘Trent Bridge’, however made the decision after school to pursue a corporate role working as a Management consultant for Ernst & Young. Charlie’s work saw him working on significant government and infrastructure projects of national significance and those skills have followed him into his current role within the family business as well as being the current chair of the Australian Wagyu Association.

Charlie’s shares an honest, enjoyable and engaging story of his path as we talk about some of the bigger challenges and opportunities that have presented themselves to him.

Opportunity with our podcast sponsor LAWD:

An exciting opportunity for an Entry-level role, joining Australia’s fastest-growing rural property agency, LAWD and benefit from direct guidance from one of Australia’s leading rural property agents, Col Medway. Col is seeking a candidate with a passion for agriculture, exceptional written and verbal communication skills, and an appetite for hard work and personal drive for success, to “ride shot gun” with him as he travels Australia marketing a diverse range of agricultural assets. You will learn on the job and be trained in all aspects of rural property transactions, providing a unique and accelerated experience upon which to launch your career. Have a think about if you have the discipline and stamina to work at pace, this is a role for hard working, straight-shooting high achievers. The position is highly suited to agricultural discipline graduates or property graduates with a deep knowledge of Australian agriculture. To find out more or apply send your CV to info@lawd.com.au

Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/humans-of-agriculture/message

Show Notes

G’day and Welcome to the Humans of Agriculture podcast.

I’m your host Oli Le lievre and it’s a pleasure to bring another incredible story to you.

Our next guest is the 2022 Australian Zanda McDonald Award winner, Charlie Perry grew up on his family’s property ‘Trent Bridge’, however made the decision after school to pursue a corporate role working as a Management consultant for Ernst & Young. Charlie’s work saw him working on significant government and infrastructure projects of national significance and those skills have followed him into his current role within the family business as well as being the current chair of the Australian Wagyu Association.

Charlie’s shares an honest, enjoyable and engaging story of his path as we talk about some of the bigger challenges and opportunities that have presented themselves to him.

Opportunity with our podcast sponsor LAWD:

An exciting opportunity for an Entry-level role, joining Australia’s fastest-growing rural property agency, LAWD and benefit from direct guidance from one of Australia’s leading rural property agents, Col Medway. Col is seeking a candidate with a passion for agriculture, exceptional written and verbal communication skills, and an appetite for hard work and personal drive for success, to “ride shot gun” with him as he travels Australia marketing a diverse range of agricultural assets. You will learn on the job and be trained in all aspects of rural property transactions, providing a unique and accelerated experience upon which to launch your career. Have a think about if you have the discipline and stamina to work at pace, this is a role for hard working, straight-shooting high achievers. The position is highly suited to agricultural discipline graduates or property graduates with a deep knowledge of Australian agriculture. To find out more or apply send your CV to info@lawd.com.au — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/humans-of-agriculture/message

Big thank you to LAWD for their ongoing support, have a listen to CEO, Enda Foley on In The Know On The Go.

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What is Humans of Agriculture?

Welcome to Humans of Agriculture. This podcast series is dedicated to discovering more about our food system, from the people involved in it.

Along the journey we’ll be meeting people from all walks of life from Australia and from afar. Join us as we find out how our communities and our culture shape what we eat, and ultimately who we are.

​More people, More often, Identifying with Agriculture



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