Bronwyn Clarke

Site Manager | AWI funded Merino Lifetime productivity Project

Murdoch University

Bronwyn Clarke has more than 20 years’ experience working in the Australian and New Zealand sheep breeding industries.  She specialises in genetics focused research, development and project management and holds a Bachelor of Science (in Wool and Pastoral science) and a PhD (in Quantitative Genetics).  Bronwyn’s work has included reviewing  all research, development and extension aspects of lamb and weaner survival to improve the productivity of lamb and sheepmeat production in Australia and the development of a national investment plan, reviewing New Zealand Merino Genetics and development of recommendations to improve rates of genetic gain in the New Zealand Merino Industry and provision of specialist practical genetics advice to ram breeders to assist with the adoption of breeding value technology provided by Sheep Genetics.  In addition to industry reviews and strategy development her work has included development and presentation of workshop material and implementation of on-farm sheep research and extension programs.  Bronwyn is currently the Site Manager for the AWI funded Merino Lifetime productivity Project based at UWA’s Future Farm at Pingelly, WA.


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