I may be able to catch that, it will be around 7:15PM here but I get off work at 5 and have to go to the farm and get hay out for the possible snow tomorrow so not sure how long that will take.G'day folks,I have been invited by our local radio station to have a "chat" live on air about our sheep program and our farm management.It will happen at 11.15 am Aust eastern DST and will be live streamed if anyone is interested in listening.Here is a link.https://braidwoodradio.com.au/live-stream/ At the very least locals will be able to see what we have been up to for the last 20 years..T.O.R.
Hi the radio station just changed the time its now 10.20 AM..."it's now 8.50 am down here now...Sorry.T.O.R.I may be able to catch that, it will be around 7:15PM here but I get off work at 5 and have to go to the farm and get hay out for the possible snow tomorrow so not sure how long that will take.
"The real farmers",will not be impressed (because they know everything,just ask them).Yet to hear how it went,station manager is going to contact me later to chat about it. The presenter would not dwell on any one point but pushed on to the next part of the interview.If I do it again I want to just talk about one aspect of the subject so people can get a grasp of what we are trying to achieve...T.O.R...BTW the presenter was brand new ,first time on air,I think he was more "nervous" than me.Just saw this so not possible to live stream it. I still think it is nice that you are able to let locals know what you are doing and maybe they can pick up some pointers from you.