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2011 Vic Scholarhsip winner Jonathan Pearce
Monday 21st of March 2011
Win boosts dairy career - Country News
A Tallygaroopna dairy farmer is set to take his career to the next level after winning this year's Greenham Dairy Scholarship.

Liveweight Buying Truck
Monday 31st of January 2011
Generous donation - Country News
Tongala meat processor HW Greenham & Sons has responded to the plight of its flood-affected farmer suppliers, donating $50,000 to Victorian Farmers Federation's disaster relief fund.

Tasmanian MLA Tour♠
Wednesday 20th of August 2008
Greenham Tasmanian beef makes big impression
Led by MLA’s Gerard Doherty, the group included representatives from most mainland states. The itinerary included visits to leading restaurants and retail outlets, and was designed to take delegates behind the scenes.

Tuesday 1st of July 2008
Delay in works at Tongala abattoir
The previously announced extension at H W Greenham and Son’s Tongala abattoir has been put on hold due to an unexpected surge in activity at their Tasmanian plant.

Ross Lister
Sunday 8th of April 2007
2007 Greenham Dairy Scholarship assists aspiring engineer to help the industry
Combining his practical on-farm knowledge with engineering academic theory to improve the many different systems on dairy farms is the ultimate aim of this year’s winner of the $10,000 Greenham Dairy Scholarship

Mitchell and Judie Harvey
Wednesday 7th of March 2007
Grand Prix Prize is the Silver Lining
Winning a trip to Melbourne would be great news for anyone, but for Tongala dairy farmers Mitchell and Judie Harvie, the chance to go to the Grand Prix is a dream come true.

Gordon Clements
Tuesday 26th of September 2006
Liveweight stacks up well after a lifetime of over the hooks.
Gordon Clements has been around cattle all his life. Even today as he approaches 78, he still owns a dairy farm near Wyuna where a share farmer is currently milking 100 cows, soon to increase to 200.

Robert Bonanno
Tuesday 4th of April 2006
2006 Greenham Dairy Scholarship helps Goulburn Valley vet take on the world
Australian dairy farmers are set to benefit from the awarding of a scholarship, announced today, which will take its winner overseas to become a world leader in dairy cattle health, nutrition and herd management.

Graeme Pretty
Monday 14th of November 2005
45 the new 25 for local dairy farmers: $10,000 Greenham Dairy Scholarship launched
An exciting opportunity to undertake further education related to any sector of the dairy industry has been announced today for dairy farmers, sharefarmers and people employed on local dairy farms – and unlike most scholarships you don’t have to be coming out of secondary school to qualify.

Cows
Wednesday 19th of October 2005
New export meat processing plant flagged for Goulburn Valley
Leading Australian meat exporter HW Greenham and Sons is investigating the potential for a new processing plant in northern Victoria.

Alan and Judy Buzza
Wednesday 7th of September 2005
The Ultimate footy weekend goes to Stanhope farmer
Stanhope dairy farmers Allan and Judy Buzza are getting set for a memorable weekend in Melbourne for the AFL grand final having won the Greenham Tongala footy tipping competition prize package worth more than $4500.

AFL Football - Riewoldt
Wednesday 30th of March 2005
It’s on again – tip yourself into the 'Ultimate Grand Final Experience'
Tongala meat processor HW Greenham & Sons Pty Ltd will again give local dairy and beef producers the chance to test their footy expertise and win the "Ultimate Grand Final Experience".

Stockyard
Monday 21st of March 2005
Laptop will help keep a travelling eye on the farm
Dairy Farmers Kim and Peter Angel of Kerang have a way of keeping an eye on the farm whenever they travel, thanks to HW Greenham and Sons Pty Ltd.

Ben Govett
Tuesday 8th of March 2005
2005 Greenham Dairy Scholarship winner sees a bright future in farm management
Benjamin Govett, a young farmer from Dingee taking his first steps towards a career in dairy farming, has won the $10,000 2005 Greenham Dairy Scholarship.

Graeme Pretty
Wednesday 8th of December 2004
To Our Valued Livestock Suppliers
Chemical residues in meat are a critical issue in regard to meat safety and human health. Many people are not aware that meat withholding periods following treatment of animals with veterinary chemicals or from spraying of crops can differ dramatically.

Hooks
Wednesday 8th of December 2004
Livestock Christmas Trading Hours
Receival Of Over The Hooks Cattle To Tongala Will Cease At Noon Wed 22th Dec Until Noon Monday 4th January 2005.

Dairy Cows
Wednesday 10th of November 2004
$10,000 dairy scholarship now open to sharefarmers and mature-aged students
An exciting new opportunity to undertake further education related to any sector of the dairy industry was announced today for older farmers, sharefarmers and people employed on local dairy farms.

Melanie Cole at the AFL GF
Thursday 23rd of September 2004
The Ultimate weekend is in the pocket
Adrian & Melanie Cole are getting set for a memorable weekend in Melbourne for the AFL grand final having won the Greenham Tongala footy tipping competition prize package worth more than $4500.

AFL Football - Riewoldt
Friday 12th of March 2004
Tip yourself into the “Ultimate Grand Final Experience”
Tongala meat processor HW Greenham & Sons Pty Ltd has set up its own weekly footy tipping competition for the 2004 Australian Football League season, but the rules are very different to standard competitions.

Wayne Harvey with Peter Greenham
Wednesday 11th of February 2004
Corporate citizen of the year named
Tongala business man Peter Greenham has been recognized for the outstanding community support his company provided to drought affected communities throughout the region.

Graeme Pretty and Courtney Gronow
Wednesday 11th of February 2004
2004 Greenham Dairy Scholarship winner sees his future in the soil
A young Yarrawalla dairy farmer with his eye on the "grass roots" of the business has won the 2004 $10,000 Greenham Dairy Scholarship.

Leighton and Belinda West
Thursday 5th of February 2004
Top Serve for Stanhope couple
Leighton & Belinda West of Stanhope, winners of the Greenham tennis promotion get up-close and personal with a petrified Rod Laver on a weekend trip to the Australian Open in Melbourne.

Dairy Cows
Thursday 30th of October 2003
Scholarship kick starts young careers in dairy
The prospect of a career in the dairy industry has come a step closer to reality for one young Australian with the launch of the 2004 Greenham Dairy Scholarship.


 
 
 
 
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