Episode 61. Tylah Bonisch – Her first year as Head Stockwoman

Since she was knee-high to a grasshopper, Tylah Bonisch knew she wanted to work with cattle and horses.

She didn’t travel to the north for a gap year, but to start her career in the pastoral industry.

In this episode Tylah and I speak about her time in the industry so far, and how she moved  into role of Headstockwoman at Victoria River Downs Station in the northern territory.

In particular, we speak about her  experience in a leadership as a woman, and how what shes learnt so far.

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