United Dairyfarmers of Victoria (UDV) today has announced an election for the role of UDV Vice-President.
The nominees for the role are Corangamite dairy farmer, Mr Ian Morris and Colac dairy farmer, Mr Mark Billing.
Victorian Farmers Federation (VFF) CEO and Returning Officer Jane Lovell said by voting, people can have their say on who is appointed to this key role within UDV.
“The UDV Vice-President helps to shape the future of the Victorian dairy industry.”
“I would encourage all eligible UDV members to vote.”
“The VFF will be hosting an online UDV Vice-President Candidate Forum on Monday May 10 at 12pm to allow members to hear from andput questions to both candidates before voting,” Ms Lovell said.
The VFF is encouraging prospective members to join and existing UDV members to ensure their membership details are correct to enable them to participate in the election.
“If you have difficulty voting, are interested in signing up as a member or would like to update your membership or contact details, please call our team on 1300 882 833,” Ms Lovell said.
Voting closes COB Wednesday 26 May, 2021. The UDV Vice President Election results will be announced at the 2021 UDV Annual Meeting and Conference at ZINC Fed Square, Melbourne on Friday 28th May 2021.
Registrations for the upcoming Candidate Forum can be accessed online by clicking here http://bit.ly/UDVCandidateForum and RSVPs for the UDV Conference can be made on the VFF website at www.vff.org.au/udvconference.