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BREEDING 
FOR PROFIT 
NOT HISTORY

Nigel Kerin

Is the chief executive officer of Kerin Agriculture. Nigel oversees the business direction to provide guidance on how it can continue to be a leader in the Merino industry and provide genetics to allow clients to be profitable and productive. His superpower is to be able to make business decisions based on fact and not emotion. He also has the ability to make decisions ahead of time.

Kate Kerin

Kate provides Kerin Poll with stability managing several administration aspects consisting of but not limited to budgeting, accounting, finance, and also ensures our sale catalogues data is accurate. Without a doubt, Kates superpower is her attention to detail in the overall business management, where all procedures are done ahead of time.

Brett Kerin

Is the Kerin Poll stud manager who manages all the data, the ASBVs, the MateSel joinings and ensures data integrity. He has a passion for breeding high quality, productive Merinos and is in the critical role of managing the matings. His superpower is his ability to quickly understand and adopt technology and bring it into the business.

Joseph Kerin

Is studying agribusiness at Marcus Oldham College. When he is not studying, he manages the cattle trading operation for the business. His super power is his passion for livestock production systems and bringing outside knowledge and education back to grow the business.

Dave Kiel

Runs the fodder cropping and pasture establishment as well as all the maintenance farming machinery which is a vital part of Kerin Agriculture operation. His superpower is his efficiency in managing the fodder cropping and pasture operation single-handedly, which is an integral part of the business.

Matthew Letcher

Is an important part of the Kerin Agriculture team and is Brett’s right-hand man when it comes to the stud sheep operation. He has been part of the team for a number of years and is valued for his livestock skills and general farming knowledge. His super power is his ability to handle livestock calmly and capably and has an enthusiastic attention to detail.

Hugh Browning

Manages the day to day logistics of the cattle trading operation. He monitors weight gains, pastures, moves etc. Hugh is part of the Kerin Agriculture team on a placement year from Marcus Oldham College. His superpower is his ability to quickly learn and adapt to new situations.

Our Team

 The people who make it possible

“If you want to make everyone happy, don’t be a leader. Sell ice cream.” 

  - Steve Jobs  -
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