Airlie Landale, Agricultural Economist and Independent Consultant at Landale Rural, is no stranger to the complexities of farming. With a background in commercial business, farming and corporate agriculture and a passion for the Australian agricultural industry, Airlie has established a valuable solution to addressing some of the inherent challenges facing the industry with the creation of Farm Table.
Airlie lives on her husband’s family mixed production cropping and sheep property in Deniliquin and also continues to be involved in the running of her own family’s property in Holbrook. Prior to Farm Table Airlie had worked with Macquarie Bank as a Business Analyst and also completed a Food & Resource Economics Masters at British Columbia University, Canada including Economics, Agribusiness and Policy.
Airlie was a member of the Industry Advisory Group for the Government’s Farm Cooperatives and Collaboration Pilot Program and was named a 2016 “Tomorrow Maker” by the AMP Foundation, a 2015 RAS NSW Rural Young Achiever and 2015 Woolworths Agribusiness Scholar. She is currently a Non-Executive Director of Rural Aid and continues to be enthusiastically committed to a future in farming as well as a proud and active advocate for the Australian agricultural industry.
Combining her experience across commercial business, farming and corporate agriculture, Airlie has created a valuable solution to the inherent problem of accessibility to information and collaboration across the agricultural industry.
She is committed to her future in farming and is a proud advocate for the Australian agricultural industry.