The Livestock Exporter Young Achiever of the Year 2022

“The Livestock Exporter Young Achiever of the Year award is a great opportunity to recognise the efforts, commitment and potential of the industry's future leaders.

Nutrien Ag Solutions is pleased to continue our support of this award as we progress the Australian livestock industry and secure further opportunities to support the workforce right across the supply chain.

I'm looking forward to getting to know the 2022 nominees and encourage those working in the live export industry to nominate members of their team who are committed to best practice and the industry's long term sustainability and success."


Tom Breen

Nutrien Ag Solutions General Manager Customer and Business Services


The Livestock Exporter Young Achiever award is jointly supported by the Australian Livestock Exporters’ Council (ALEC) and Nutrien Ag Solutions.

Applications are open to a person 35 years of age and under, actively working in the livestock export industry who has the commitment, drive and enthusiasm to make a strong contribution to the industry's future.

The successful nominee will be awarded at the LIVEXchange conference on 10 November 2022.

Nominations are reviewed by an independent panel and will close on 9 October.

The 2021 Livestock Exporter Young Achiever of the Year will have the opportunity to attend the 2023 TRAIL: Emerging Leaders Program in March with flight/travel costs covered.

ALEC would like to thank Nutrien Ag Solutions for its commitment through 2020-21 and ongoing partnership, supporting young leaders in the live export industry.

“The partnership continues with Nutrien Ag Solutions exclusive sponsorship of the annual Livestock Exporter Young Achiever of the year award. ALEC is pleased to have Nutrien Ag Solutions public support for this award as a valuable way of recognising the incredible young leaders who work in our industry.

This award is an opportunity to publicly acknowledge the up and coming leaders and their commitment to the live export industry, its future, and the importance of their own role within industry.”


Mark Harvey-Sutton

Chief Executive Officer Australian Livestock Exporters' Council