Episode 91. Sally Jolly – From beef to blueberries, a lesson in adaptability

According to the dictionary, adapability is: “the quality of being able to adjust to new conditions”.

In today’s episode, I sit down with one of the most adaptable people I have ever met – Sally Jolly.

Sally’s family has a long and rich history in the Pilbara pastoral industry, and it’s no surprise that cattle and red dirt run through her veins.

But, just because she started her life on a Pilbara cattle station, it doesn’t mean that it was where she was going to stay.

From the wide open spaces of the WA rangelands, to an intensive horticultural farming region in Qld, with many other steps in-between, Sally has shown that her upbringing in the outback has set her up to adapt to any environment.

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This episode is supported by Milne Feeds. Milne feeds has been the leading provider of livestock feed in WA for over 100 years, and is now proudly servicing the NT too. Their early weaner product is a nutritionally balanced pellet for feeding to pastoral calves and young weaners, and has been developed with their hyfibre technology to reduce the risk of acidosis. Milne feeds also have a range of products available for beef and dairy cattle, sheep, and horses. Find out more at milne.com.au

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