We made the decision that the time was right to find an Australian partner who shared the same vision as ourselves around the importance of producing only the highest standard of fresh milk products, coupled with valuing animal welfare and transparent, ethical business practices.
- 22 December 2014
- 14 November 2014
Council applauds fund
by Tari Jeffers
Bannister Downs Dairy is giving back to the community. The program - called the Bannister Downs Hand in Hand Project - provides people the opportuntiy to apply for grants. The Manjimup shire councillors have expressed their pleasure at the establishment of the fund.
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- 7 November 2014
Do it yourself: Dairying in the 21st Century
By Sharon Kennedy ()
Mat Daubney of Northcliffe hopes he has the key to survival as the dairy industry in WA fights to compete with cheap eastern state imports.
Mat is the third generation on his Group Settlement property near Northcliffe. He hopes there will be a fourth.
- 4 November 2014
The meeting of the Shire of Manjimup was last night the forum for an official announcement, made by Sue Daubney of Bannister Downs Dairy, of a unique and ongoing funding opportunity for groups and businesses located within the Shire of Manjimup.
Appropriately titled the ‘Hand in Hand’ project, the fund will provide the volunteer groups or individuals, and emerging businesses, with the capital they require to get new projects or ventures off the ground.
- 30 October 2014
Bannister Downs presents its ‘Hand in Hand Project’ to the Community
Early in 2013 the Management of Bannister Downs recognised a desire to provide an opportunity for local clubs, groups and individuals needing some financial support for their events and/or activities – and the ‘Bannister Downs Hand in Hand Project’ was born.