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Central and North Burnett Times - - NEWS -

BAI­LEY Creek Pig­geries are an oink above the rest – and they have an award to prove it.

They took out a cat­e­gory at a pres­ti­gious cer­e­mony, winning the striv­ing for ex­cel­lence award at the Apiam An­i­mal Health con­fer­ence for pig pro­duc­ers.

“This award recog­nises a pro­ducer and their em­ploy­ees who have con­tin­u­ally im­ple­mented in­no­va­tive tech­nolo­gies and prac­tices to achieve high ef­fi­cien­cies across pig pro­duc­tion,” the award de­scrip­tion said.

“This en­ter­prise seeks out meth­ods to ex­cel and then demon­strates com­mit­ment by im­ple­ment­ing sys­tem for the fu­ture.

“They are com­mit­ted to a stan­dard of ex­cel­lence that in­spires con­fi­dence. They mark them­selves hard, and then strike to bet­ter them­selves.”

Piggery owner Ian Hill con­grat­u­lated his staff on their con­sis­tent hard work.

The awards were held on the Gold Coast in May.


GO­ING FOR­WARD: Bai­ley Creek Pig­geries got a striv­ing for ex­cel­lence award at an an­i­mal health con­fer­ence.

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