Our People. Their Stories

Jess and Don’s Story

New to dairy farming Jess Moore was horrified when she found out she had to work on Christmas day.

Knowing nothing about dairy farming, Jess didn’t know you milked cow’s twice a day and only figured out you had to milk them on Christmas day in December so had to call her mum to tell her they wouldn’t be home for Christmas.

Now well entrenched and happy in the dairy industry Jess, her husband Don and their young family of two boys Harry and Lachie and daughter Violet feature <span class=”text_exposed_show”>as the fourth episode in our visual story telling project, OUR PEOPLE. THEIR STORIES.</span>

This is their story…

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