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Nuffield 2021 Virtual National Conference
Welcome to the Nuffield Australia 2021 Online National Conference. Our flagship annual event will be free and online this year, allowing us to bring the world of agricultural innovation and leadership to your home, office, or tractor cab!

Hear from an exciting line-up of industry leaders from both Australia and overseas. Explore how Australian agriculture can achieve a better and more sustainable future for all in the world, and bolster our contribution by aligning with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

We will introduce the 2022 Scholars whose passion and ideas will change industries for the better. There will also be opportunity to network with these established and budding agricultural leaders.

Scholars, investors and broader agricultural industry, join us in this very special year as Nuffield Australia celebrates our 70th anniversary. Since the first Nuffield Scholar was selected in Australia in 1951, we have been 'Bringing the World Home' to take Australian agriculture to the next level.
You can choose to attend one or more of the following webinars.


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Speakers

Dick Wittman
USA Farm Management Consultant and Idaho Rancher @Wittman Consulting
Dick Wittman is board chair and former manager of a 20,000-acre dry land crop, range cattle and timber operation in northern Idaho. He also provides private consulting to farm, ranch and agricultural support businesses. Wittman has served on the faculty for the TEPAP Ag Executive Program in Austin, Texas since 2003, and is an adjunct faculty member of Texas A&M University.
Jen Taylor
Systems Research Program Lead @CSIRO Agriculture and Food
Dr Jen Taylor leads the Systems research program in CSIRO Agriculture and Food, involving more than 120 scientists working across a distributed national footprint including eight sites and multiple research stations. In 2016, Jen completed the six-week Nuffield Global Focus Program.
Lachlan Monsbourgh
Lead, Sustainability Rural division @Rabobank Australia New Zealand
Lachlan Monsbourgh currently leads sustainability in Rabobank’s Rural division which services farmers across the America’s and Australia and New Zealand. Lachlan enjoys the daily challenge of helping the bank evolve to meet the rapidly evolving needs of farmers on either side of the Pacific Ocean.
Paul Niven
2014 Scholar @Nuffield Australia
2014 Scholar Paul Niven studied management systems and price risk management for multi-site dairy operations. He now resides in China where he established and led the Pure Source Dairy Farming business, with 8,000 milking cows and 5,000 acres of crop (joint venture between Fonterra and Abbott) from April 2015 to June 2021. He has stayed in China, leading the Dairy Consultancy practice for Asian Agribusiness Consulting.
Stuart Barden
2009 Scholar @Nuffield Australia, Ausquest Kenya
2009 Scholar Stuart Barden moved to Kenya nine years ago following his Nuffield Scholarship. He and his family run AusQuest, a 1,100 hectare farm with arable owned and leased land. He is practising conservation farming, growing chick peas and green grams using unconventional methods that are paying off, landing him a new title locally as ‘conservation farming ambassador’.