Amy Wyer has grown up in the fertiliser industry, with one of her earliest memories being an AFSA tour to Jenolan Caves, “We took a bus and the cardboard cut-out Incitec Super Man came with us. We took it home and it stayed in our office for years. It’s great to be part of something that you’ve grown up with and seen develop over the years - both the company and the association” recalls Amy.
At the age of 24, Paul McDougall entered the fertiliser industry as a spreader driver with Peter Hall and some thirty years later, the McDougall family are now running their own spreading and bulk cartage business at Scottsdale in the north east of Tasmania.
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Growing up in a fertiliser family has given Rob Lyon the passion to provide the best possible service and products to his customers and to ensure that they are given the opportunity to make every bit of land count.
After spending many weekends bouncing around paddocks in the spreader with his father, Colin, it was simply a natural progression that saw John Crossling become involved in the Fertiliser industry and take up driving the spreader himself.