Working with management to improve the production of kgs of Wool or Meat per mm rainfall
Providing timely advice through regular field inspections and attention to detail improving your productivity
Our Consultants monitor and utilise the latest technologies to provide expert advice for your crop requirements
With over 20 years’ experience in the industry, Glen’s belief in grower focused agronomy saw the establishment of Pinnacle
Agriculture in 2008.
Glen’s knowledge of northern regional New South Wales and passion for innovation has resulted in production excellence for his clients, and in some cases Industry Top Performer status.
Glen’s specialist interest lies in Crop Consultation on a wide range of irrigated, broadacre and pasture farming enterprises.
With over 15 years’ experience in the agricultural industry, Andrew has focused on supplying growers with tailored agronomic advice.
With clients spread across both broadacre, irrigated (grain and fibre) and livestock production systems, Andrew’s approach in utilising latest technologies in agriculture has been to maximise both profitability and sustainability within these systems for his clients.
Sam joined the Pinnacle Ag team in 2015 and brings with him a wealth of knowledge in the broadacre cropping industry and northern pasture production systems. With 10 years’ experience in Northern New South Wales including the communities of Moree, Armidale and Tamworth. Sam’s focus is to deliver sound agronomic advice and develop business strategies for his clients to broaden awareness around improving productive land and whole farm profitability.
Starting with Pinnacle in 2021 as a recent graduate, Tom is focused on animal production and soil science.
Tom is aiming to implement remote sensing and precision management techniques to aid in the decision making process for livestock and cropping systems.
With previous experience in the agriculture industry in the Kimberley and Pilbara regions of WA, North-Western NSW and the Hunter Valley, Jimmy joined the Pinnacle Agriculture team in 2022 as an agronomist after studying Agriculture and Business at the University of New England. Jimmy is interested in broadacre cropping systems, dryland and irrigated cotton, and forage and pasture production in grazing enterprises. Jimmy is focused on maximising farm profitability and sustainability by incorporating conventional, new and innovative farming practices and technologies.
Sidsel joined the Pinnacle Ag team in 2011. Sidsel is from Vissenbjerg in Denmark but has been living in the Gunnedah area for firstname.lastname@example.org