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Value
$15,000
Eligibility

Available to applicants enrolled or intending to enrol in Year 1 of the Agriculture Program or Year 1 of the Agribusiness Program. The scholarship is to assist young Australians interested in a career in quality wool production and sheep farm management.

Dates
Closing date 7th August 2020
Interview date 13th September 2020
Supported by
Background

The Yiddinga Scholarship is provided by the Farran Foundation, courtesy of Andrew Farran.

Andrew Farran has had a long-time interest in, and commitment to, the Australian wool industry, and his company, Yiddinga Holdings Ptd Ltd, runs over 20,000 fine wool Merinos in the West Wimmera district of Victoria.

The scholarship is to assist young Australians interested in a career in quality wool production and sheep farm management.

Requirements

The applicant must be dedicated to pursuing a career in agriculture, in particular the wool industry.

Question
  1. As a young person involved in the wool industry what are your attitudes towards organisations such as PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals)?
  2. What is one key strategy you would suggest the industry take to work in this type of environment?
How to Apply