Best agri-busi­ness Spon­sored by HW Green­ham and Sons

Re­spect the past but look to fu­ture

The Riverine Herald - - BUSINESS AWARD 2017 -

KY VAL­LEY Dairy was lost for words when it ac­cepted the award for best agri-busi­ness.

As one of Aus­tralia’s largest fam­ily-owned dairy busi­nesses, the com­pany sup­plies fresh milk prod­ucts to the Asia Pa­cific re­gion.

The fam­ily farm­ing her­itage dates back to 1857 with broth­ers Wayne, Peter and David Mulc­ahy the fifth gen­er­a­tion of a 160-yearold dairy farm­ing legacy.

Mulc­ahy fam­ily val­ues and ex­pe­ri­ence have been de­vel­oped through the years with a level of care and re­spon­si­bil­ity to cre­ate a sus­tain­able and in­no­va­tive group of busi­nesses within the dairy in­dus­try.

Re­spect­ing the past but fo­cused on the fu­ture, the vi­sion is firmly on in­no­va­tion, growth and sus­tain­abil­ity for fu­ture gen­er­a­tions.

The fam­ily has grown to be­come recog­nised as lead­ers across fam­ily busi­ness and the dairy in­dus­try.

Peter Mulc­ahy said the busi­ness was hon­oured to be at the event, let alone pick­ing up an award.

‘‘It’s a ter­rific event and we are very hum­bled for this recog­ni­tion,’’ he said.

‘‘We have grown from noth­ing to what we are to­day. Dairy is a great in­dus­try and we are very pleased to win with such great com­pe­ti­tion.’’ ■ Fi­nal­ists were Biomix Pty Limited and The Straw­berry Pick.

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