Team Profiles

San Jolly

san-jollyB.App. Sci. (Agr), CP Ag
Grad Cert Rural Sc (Ag Consulting), Cert IV in Assessment and Workplace Training
Principal Consultant
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Areas of Expertise

  • Ruminant Nutrition
  • Complementary Nutrition
  • Ration Formulation
  • Feed Budgeting
  • Animal Health
  • Design and management of sheep feedlots and containment areas
  • Precision sheep management
  • Group Facilitation
  • On-farm training
  • Workshop Presentation

 

Service

  • Ag Institute Australia (prev AIAST)
  • The Australian Association of Agricultural Consultants
  • Australian Society of Animal Production
  • Member of the Meat & Livestock Aust
  • The Australian Wiltipoll Association
  • Australian Stud Sheep Breeders Assn
  • Australian Fodder Industry Association
  • Member of the RIRDC Fodder Crops sub-committee (retired)

 

Publications

  • Jolly S (2013) Interpretation of plant analyses in relation to the nutritional requirements of sheep & cattle and factors influencing grazing in the Hay region of the Murrumbidgee CMA
  • Jolly S (2012) Goat nutrition in Australia; A review of the literature (Meat and Livestock Australia)
  • Dickson H, Jolly S (2011) National Procedures and Guidelines for Intensive Sheep and Lamb Feeding Systems (Meat and Livestock Australia)
  • Dickson H, Wallace A, Jolly S, Walkom S (2011) Prime Lamb Finishing Options; Key profit drivers for a range of finishing systems (Meat and Livestock Australia)
  • Jolly S, Cottle DJ (2010) 'Feeding', in International Sheep and Wool Handbook, ed DJ Cottle, Nottingham University Press, Nottingham, pp 331-371
  • Gaunt G, Jolly S, Duddy G (2010) 'Intensive Production Systems', in International Sheep and Wool Handbook, ed DJ Cottle, Nottingham University Press, Nottingham, pp 565-580
  • Jolly S (2009) Outback Lakes Group: Best practice nutritional management of grazed pasture plants, Dept of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry
  • Jolly S (2007) Best practice for production feeding of lambs: a review of the literature, Meat and Livestock Australia
  • Scammell J, Wallace A, Jolly S (2006) A review of the practical component of the agricultural programs at the University of Adelaide, The University of Adelaide


San Jolly is the director of Productive Nutrition; an independent livestock consulting business which she commenced in 1999. Since that time the company has grown to employ four consultants and two support staff. Her company has been involved in producer and industry projects, and has become a reliable, independent source of advice for farmers and agribusiness within Australia and internationally.

San is passionate about improving production sustainably and using best practice methods that are practical, achievable and cost efficient.

With many years' experience gained from working with producers and industry colleagues, managing a property together with her continuing interests in research, San and her team have become sought after as livestock consultants as well as presenters for key note addresses and workshops. San's presentations are recognised for their engaging, practical and unambiguous style.

Ann Wallace

ann-wallaceBusiness Manager
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Ann's areas of expertise are;

  • Client service
  • Office Management and Co-ordination
  • Event Management
  • Project Management
  • Spreadsheet applications design
  • Data base applications design
  • Business planning
  • Risk management
  • Program documentation
  • Accounting
  • eID sheep management


Ann manages our busy office, co-ordinating work schedules, travel arrangements, project milestones and events. She is passionate about delivering positive outcomes for our clients and making a difference.

Spreadsheet design is Ann's specialty and her high level of skill has enabled the development of complex feed budget systems, replacement ewe lamb selection tools, and, 'what if' scenarios to determine a range of outcomes. What is a 'what if' scenario? This is simply a way of evaluating different outcomes from varying inputs.

Ann also works on cost analysis, risk assessment and our business planning.

Ann has extensive experience in agribusiness, working for eight years for ABB Grain before joining Productive Nutrition in 2004 and she jointly manages a sheep stud operation in Kapunda.