InterGrain is pleased to announce that Rachel Asquith has joined the business in the role of Northern WA Territory Manager.
InterGrain National Sales Manager, Josh Reichstein said, “We are excited to welcome Rachel to the marketing team to support growers and the opportunities available with our profitable varieties in WA’s northern region”.
“Rachel comes with strong grains industry connections and an understanding of WA farming systems which will greatly assist in promoting the productivity gains available from our new and existing wheat, barley and oat varieties.”
Rachel studied Agricultural Science at the University of Western Australia and spent her early career working at Agworld in sales, support and marketing. She was largely responsible for training growers and agronomists in the use of the Agworld software platform.
More recently, Rachel worked at GRDC as a Grower Relations Manager, working as a connecting link between grower on-farm research requirements and the inclusion of these needs within future research priorities and investments.
Rachel will be based at InterGrain’s Head Office in Bibra Lake and will spend a significant amount of time working within the northern region. Georgia Trainor will continue to manage the Southern regions of Western Australia.
Former InterGrain Northern WA Territory Manager Shannen Barrett, remains within the InterGrain marketing team, having transitioned to Communications Manager, responsible for all external communications and digital marketing.
Having accepted the position, Rachel said, “I’m really looking forward to developing new relationships in this role and helping growers choose the right varieties for their farming systems.
“I’m excited to be joining the InterGrain team during a great period of growth. InterGrain have a suite of varieties that suit a range of farming systems and I’m looking forward to seeing these varieties continue to perform, alongside lines that will be released to add more great options for growers.”
Rachel’s appointment reinforces InterGrain’s long-term commitment to cereal breeding by providing growers and advisors with greater access to varietal information on the most suitable, stable and highly productive cereal varieties.
For information on InterGrain varieties don’t hesitate to contact Rachel Asquith on 0483 311 901 or email@example.com