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Jillian Kelly

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Summer grazing tips with Dr Jillian Kelly

Sheep Connect NSW Podcast

We had a great start to the season across most of New South Wales resulting in crops that farmers hadn't seen for many years. Grazing stubble allows farmers to utilise the whole crop and good crops this year have been wonderful but for grazing stock caution needs to be applied. Some crops have been hail damaged or lodged across some parts preventing full harvest and thus leaving excess grain in the stubble. It's Time For Ewe welcomes Dr Jillian Kelly, district vet with Centra West NSW Local Land Services to Summer grazing and related animal health concerns we should be mindful of this year.


1 Dec 2020

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Episode 155: Vintage and Entrepreneurship A Conversation with Jillian Kelly of Retrotique Boutique

Dreams Not Memes Podcast

I spoke to Jillian Kelly, the founder of  Retrotique Boutique.  Kelly's store is a vintage store that has high-quality antiques, fashion items, and oddities in the Morgantown, WV area. Kelly also runs a non-profit venture called Morgantown Art Party which is dedicated to keeping performing and visual arts alive at various events in Morgantown.  In our conversation we talk about Jillian's journey with entrepreneurship, managing a vintage store, and her perspectives on local business and culture. Tune in and listen on Dreams Not Memes.  To follow Jillian's ventures follow on Instagram @morgantownartparty and @Retrotique  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dreamsnotmemes/support


28 Sep 2020

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Livestock health, welfare and biosecurity during a rebuild with Dr Jillian Kelly

Back To Business

In this episode Sheep Connect NSW's Megan Rogers speaks with veterinarian Dr Jillian Kelly about livestock health, welfare and biosecurity considerations when trying to rebuild herds after disaster.The BACK TO BUSINESS podcast and webinar series is for all livestock producers impacted by drought, fire, flood, storms and global challenges.Tune in each week for expert information to help build resilient livestock businesses.This podcast is supported by Meat and Livestock Australia, Australian Wool InnovationSheep Connect NSW and Integrity Systems Company.Upcoming Webinar's - please click here to register


23 Apr 2020

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[SPINNING YARNS] 10. Dr Jillian Kelly - CSI for cattle, drought smokos, and painting in the bush

Central Station - Stories from Outback Australian Cattle Stations

Dr Jillian Kelly is the District Vet in Coonamble, New South Wales. You know the show CSI - Crime Scene Investigation? Well, Jill is basically a detective for diseases in farm animals. She discovered the first case of Ichthyosis fetails, or Fish Scale Disease, in Australia! Jill is also the founder of the "Drought Smoko", and has hosted over 70 "smokos" to bring together farmers struggling with drought and share information on livestock management. In addition to being a badass investigative vet and support person for local graziers, Jill is also a talented watercolour artist!  We cover all of the above and a fair bit more in this episode. You can follow Jill on Instagram at @miss.vet or on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/Miss-Vet-273828582974569/ 

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30 Sep 2019

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GVK: Kristin chats with Jillian Kelly

Good Vibrations with Kristin

A warm and wonderful conversation between Kristin and her long-time friend Jillian Kelly about the beauty of bee keeping.


6 Nov 2015