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Apr 26

Eva joins the FarmLink team

Posted by Cindy Cassidy at Thursday, April 26, 2018

Eva Moffitt has filled the role of Senior Research Officer at FarmLink, an addition welcomed by CEO Cindy Cassidy.
A precision agriculture expert with a passion for agriculture which was sparked growing up on her Temora district family farm, Eva joined the FarmLink team in early April – a perfect fit considering FarmLink’s recent move to precision agriculture (PA), disc seeding, minimum till and controlled traffic farming at Temora Ag Innovation Centre and the growing interest in precision technologies across Southern NSW.
Eva graduated with a Science degree with Class 1 Advanced Honours from the University of Wollongong. She studied geosciences and biology and was the University Medallist for the Science Faculty in 2011.
“Eva’s training and experience in soil science and biology gives her a strong foundation for this research role with FarmLink.
“With her recent experience in design and application of precision technologies on farm, Eva is a wonderful addition to the FarmLink team.
“She brings with her a skill set which will fit perfectly into FarmLink, Temora Ag Innovation Centre and of course farming right throughout Southern NSW. Along with our members, we are entering a very exciting time in agriculture, where PA strategies are becoming an essential part of farming operations,” Ms Cassidy said.
“Eva is currently getting up to speed with our existing and new projects as well as joining the rest of the team in preparations for this year’s sowing.
“We’re looking forward to introducing everyone to Eva in the coming months as she settles into her new role and gets to know FarmLink members and their passion for agriculture.”
Eva comes to FarmLink from her role as an advisor with Precision Agriculture where she provided insight and actionable management outcomes for farmers across Southern and Central NSW through utilising spatial technology in agriculture.
She is also heavily involved in her family’s farming operations in the West Wyalong and Temora districts, working with parents Chris and Merran Goesch, brothers Alex and Liam,
and husband Alex.

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