North West Local Land Services welcomes new team members to Warialda office

NEW FACES: The Warialda Local Land Services team - Ted Irwin, Sally Balmain, Dallas Sanne and Dave Lindsay.
NEW FACES: The Warialda Local Land Services team - Ted Irwin, Sally Balmain, Dallas Sanne and Dave Lindsay.

North West Local Land Services customers may notice a few new friendly faces in the Warialda office with the appointment of new team members.

Customers will now have greater access to services in the Warialda district with a new customer service officer joining the team.

North West Local Land Services General Manager, James Hutchinson-Smith said it is good news for local customers.

“Our customer service team do a great job connecting local customers with local support right around the North West, and Warialda is no different as we welcome Dallas Sanne to the North West LLS team,” he said.

“Customers in and around Warialda can now pop in to the office five days a week.”

North West LLS has also employed Scott Graham to oversee usage and maintenance of the Travelling Stock Routes from Goondiwindi in the north to Cobbadah in the south.

Scott will be based out of the Warialda office.

Livestock Officer, Sally Balmain, will split her time between the Tamworth and Warialda offices and is available to consult with landholders about livestock nutrition and production.

Mr Hutchinson-Smith said Sally is a welcome addition in Warialda, especially given the dry times stock owners are currently facing.

A good range of services are available to Warialda and surrounds, with David Lindsay, Senior Biosecurity Officer able to assist with 1080 and other pest animal needs, as well as Ted Irwin, District Veterinarian, who is available to investigate livestock deaths, production issues and advise on all aspects of livestock health.

Local Land Services help to secure the future of agriculture and the environment for NSW communities, including protecting agricultural markets locally and overseas, and helping to manage threats to our industry.

They also connect people with groups, information, support and funding to improve agricultural productivity and better manage our natural resources.

For all enquiries, the Warialda office number is 6729 1528. Customers are also more than welcome to drop in to the office at 19 Stephen Street, Warialda.