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Perempuan Tangguh Peternak Sapi Australia

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Sabtu, 13 Feb 2021 07:42 WIB

Australia - Peternakan sapi di Australia ini dikelola empat wanita tangguh. Mereka terus berupaya mengembangkan peternakannya meski di tengah pandemi.

MEANDARRA, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 18: Jemima Penfold manoeuvres a tyre onto a tractor at 'Old Bombine' on January 18, 2021 in Meandarra, Australia. COVID-19 and the recent Chinese export ban had an immediate and devastating impact on Queensland premium beef producer Four Daughters, a fourth-generation farming family with an almost entirely female team dedicated to a sustainable future of food production and care for their environment. Owned and operated by Dan and Karen Penfold and their four daughters Bonnie (23), Molly (21), Jemima (19) and Matilda (16), the Penfolds have over 100,000 acres of land across Meandarra and Yaraka in Western Queensland. A chance meeting in 2018 prompted the family to develop their own branded beef based around their four daughters who help run the farm and plan to one day take over operations from their parents.  After accepting an invitation to visit Wuhan, China, the Penfolds were in the early stages of exporting their Grain Fed Premium Black Angus Beef (boxed) to customers when the region was locked down in December 2019, soon to become known as the epicentre of the global coronavirus pandemic. A further setback came as the Penfolds were preparing cattle for export and China imposed bans on beef imports from Australia in May 2020. As the family look to secure new export regions for their beef, the Penfolds have reimagined their product for a local market and are now selling boxes of beef directly to domestic consumers and hope their paddock to plate model will help to build city-country connections and educate consumers about the next generation of farmers and graziers. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)

Molly dan Jemima Penfold beristirahat setelah membersihkan palung makan hewan di Meandarra, Australia.  

MEANDARRA, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 18: Maddie Stiller, Bonnie Penfold and Molly Penfold enjoy a morning break of freshly made scones and tea at 'Old Bombine' on January 18, 2021 in Meandarra, Australia. COVID-19 and the recent Chinese export ban had an immediate and devastating impact on Queensland premium beef producer Four Daughters, a fourth-generation farming family with an almost entirely female team dedicated to a sustainable future of food production and care for their environment. Owned and operated by Dan and Karen Penfold and their four daughters Bonnie (23), Molly (21), Jemima (19) and Matilda (16), the Penfolds have over 100,000 acres of land across Meandarra and Yaraka in Western Queensland. A chance meeting in 2018 prompted the family to develop their own branded beef based around their four daughters who help run the farm and plan to one day take over operations from their parents.  After accepting an invitation to visit Wuhan, China, the Penfolds were in the early stages of exporting their Grain Fed Premium Black Angus Beef (boxed) to customers when the region was locked down in December 2019, soon to become known as the epicentre of the global coronavirus pandemic. A further setback came as the Penfolds were preparing cattle for export and China imposed bans on beef imports from Australia in May 2020. As the family look to secure new export regions for their beef, the Penfolds have reimagined their product for a local market and are now selling boxes of beef directly to domestic consumers and hope their paddock to plate model will help to build city-country connections and educate consumers about the next generation of farmers and graziers. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)

COVID-19 dan larangan ekspor China baru-baru ini berdampak langsung dan menghancurkan produsen daging sapi premium di Queensland.  

MEANDARRA, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 18: Maddie Stiller, Bonnie Penfold and Molly Penfold enjoy a morning break of freshly made scones and tea at 'Old Bombine' on January 18, 2021 in Meandarra, Australia. COVID-19 and the recent Chinese export ban had an immediate and devastating impact on Queensland premium beef producer Four Daughters, a fourth-generation farming family with an almost entirely female team dedicated to a sustainable future of food production and care for their environment. Owned and operated by Dan and Karen Penfold and their four daughters Bonnie (23), Molly (21), Jemima (19) and Matilda (16), the Penfolds have over 100,000 acres of land across Meandarra and Yaraka in Western Queensland. A chance meeting in 2018 prompted the family to develop their own branded beef based around their four daughters who help run the farm and plan to one day take over operations from their parents.  After accepting an invitation to visit Wuhan, China, the Penfolds were in the early stages of exporting their Grain Fed Premium Black Angus Beef (boxed) to customers when the region was locked down in December 2019, soon to become known as the epicentre of the global coronavirus pandemic. A further setback came as the Penfolds were preparing cattle for export and China imposed bans on beef imports from Australia in May 2020. As the family look to secure new export regions for their beef, the Penfolds have reimagined their product for a local market and are now selling boxes of beef directly to domestic consumers and hope their paddock to plate model will help to build city-country connections and educate consumers about the next generation of farmers and graziers. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)

Sebuah keluarga petani generasi keempat dengan tim yang hampir seluruhnya perempuan berdedikasi untuk masa depan produksi pangan yang berkelanjutan dan peduli terhadap lingkungan mereka.  

MEANDARRA, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 18: Maddie Stiller, Bonnie Penfold and Molly Penfold enjoy a morning break of freshly made scones and tea at 'Old Bombine' on January 18, 2021 in Meandarra, Australia. COVID-19 and the recent Chinese export ban had an immediate and devastating impact on Queensland premium beef producer Four Daughters, a fourth-generation farming family with an almost entirely female team dedicated to a sustainable future of food production and care for their environment. Owned and operated by Dan and Karen Penfold and their four daughters Bonnie (23), Molly (21), Jemima (19) and Matilda (16), the Penfolds have over 100,000 acres of land across Meandarra and Yaraka in Western Queensland. A chance meeting in 2018 prompted the family to develop their own branded beef based around their four daughters who help run the farm and plan to one day take over operations from their parents.  After accepting an invitation to visit Wuhan, China, the Penfolds were in the early stages of exporting their Grain Fed Premium Black Angus Beef (boxed) to customers when the region was locked down in December 2019, soon to become known as the epicentre of the global coronavirus pandemic. A further setback came as the Penfolds were preparing cattle for export and China imposed bans on beef imports from Australia in May 2020. As the family look to secure new export regions for their beef, the Penfolds have reimagined their product for a local market and are now selling boxes of beef directly to domestic consumers and hope their paddock to plate model will help to build city-country connections and educate consumers about the next generation of farmers and graziers. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)

Peternakan ini dimiliki dan dioperasikan oleh Dan dan Karen Penfold beserta keempat putri mereka Bonnie (23), Molly (21), Jemima (19) dan Matilda (16).  

MEANDARRA, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 18: Maddie Stiller, Bonnie Penfold and Molly Penfold enjoy a morning break of freshly made scones and tea at 'Old Bombine' on January 18, 2021 in Meandarra, Australia. COVID-19 and the recent Chinese export ban had an immediate and devastating impact on Queensland premium beef producer Four Daughters, a fourth-generation farming family with an almost entirely female team dedicated to a sustainable future of food production and care for their environment. Owned and operated by Dan and Karen Penfold and their four daughters Bonnie (23), Molly (21), Jemima (19) and Matilda (16), the Penfolds have over 100,000 acres of land across Meandarra and Yaraka in Western Queensland. A chance meeting in 2018 prompted the family to develop their own branded beef based around their four daughters who help run the farm and plan to one day take over operations from their parents.  After accepting an invitation to visit Wuhan, China, the Penfolds were in the early stages of exporting their Grain Fed Premium Black Angus Beef (boxed) to customers when the region was locked down in December 2019, soon to become known as the epicentre of the global coronavirus pandemic. A further setback came as the Penfolds were preparing cattle for export and China imposed bans on beef imports from Australia in May 2020. As the family look to secure new export regions for their beef, the Penfolds have reimagined their product for a local market and are now selling boxes of beef directly to domestic consumers and hope their paddock to plate model will help to build city-country connections and educate consumers about the next generation of farmers and graziers. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)

Penfolds memiliki lebih dari 100.000 hektar tanah di Meandarra dan Yaraka di Queensland Barat.  

MEANDARRA, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 18: Maddie Stiller, Bonnie Penfold and Molly Penfold enjoy a morning break of freshly made scones and tea at 'Old Bombine' on January 18, 2021 in Meandarra, Australia. COVID-19 and the recent Chinese export ban had an immediate and devastating impact on Queensland premium beef producer Four Daughters, a fourth-generation farming family with an almost entirely female team dedicated to a sustainable future of food production and care for their environment. Owned and operated by Dan and Karen Penfold and their four daughters Bonnie (23), Molly (21), Jemima (19) and Matilda (16), the Penfolds have over 100,000 acres of land across Meandarra and Yaraka in Western Queensland. A chance meeting in 2018 prompted the family to develop their own branded beef based around their four daughters who help run the farm and plan to one day take over operations from their parents.  After accepting an invitation to visit Wuhan, China, the Penfolds were in the early stages of exporting their Grain Fed Premium Black Angus Beef (boxed) to customers when the region was locked down in December 2019, soon to become known as the epicentre of the global coronavirus pandemic. A further setback came as the Penfolds were preparing cattle for export and China imposed bans on beef imports from Australia in May 2020. As the family look to secure new export regions for their beef, the Penfolds have reimagined their product for a local market and are now selling boxes of beef directly to domestic consumers and hope their paddock to plate model will help to build city-country connections and educate consumers about the next generation of farmers and graziers. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)

Pada tahun 2018 keluarga tersebut mulai mengembangkan daging sapi dengan merek milik sendiri.  

MEANDARRA, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 18: Maddie Stiller, Bonnie Penfold and Molly Penfold enjoy a morning break of freshly made scones and tea at 'Old Bombine' on January 18, 2021 in Meandarra, Australia. COVID-19 and the recent Chinese export ban had an immediate and devastating impact on Queensland premium beef producer Four Daughters, a fourth-generation farming family with an almost entirely female team dedicated to a sustainable future of food production and care for their environment. Owned and operated by Dan and Karen Penfold and their four daughters Bonnie (23), Molly (21), Jemima (19) and Matilda (16), the Penfolds have over 100,000 acres of land across Meandarra and Yaraka in Western Queensland. A chance meeting in 2018 prompted the family to develop their own branded beef based around their four daughters who help run the farm and plan to one day take over operations from their parents.  After accepting an invitation to visit Wuhan, China, the Penfolds were in the early stages of exporting their Grain Fed Premium Black Angus Beef (boxed) to customers when the region was locked down in December 2019, soon to become known as the epicentre of the global coronavirus pandemic. A further setback came as the Penfolds were preparing cattle for export and China imposed bans on beef imports from Australia in May 2020. As the family look to secure new export regions for their beef, the Penfolds have reimagined their product for a local market and are now selling boxes of beef directly to domestic consumers and hope their paddock to plate model will help to build city-country connections and educate consumers about the next generation of farmers and graziers. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)

Empat puteri Penfolds yang membantu menjalankan peternakan dan berencana mengambil alih operasi dari orang tua mereka.  

MEANDARRA, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 18: Maddie Stiller, Bonnie Penfold and Molly Penfold enjoy a morning break of freshly made scones and tea at 'Old Bombine' on January 18, 2021 in Meandarra, Australia. COVID-19 and the recent Chinese export ban had an immediate and devastating impact on Queensland premium beef producer Four Daughters, a fourth-generation farming family with an almost entirely female team dedicated to a sustainable future of food production and care for their environment. Owned and operated by Dan and Karen Penfold and their four daughters Bonnie (23), Molly (21), Jemima (19) and Matilda (16), the Penfolds have over 100,000 acres of land across Meandarra and Yaraka in Western Queensland. A chance meeting in 2018 prompted the family to develop their own branded beef based around their four daughters who help run the farm and plan to one day take over operations from their parents.  After accepting an invitation to visit Wuhan, China, the Penfolds were in the early stages of exporting their Grain Fed Premium Black Angus Beef (boxed) to customers when the region was locked down in December 2019, soon to become known as the epicentre of the global coronavirus pandemic. A further setback came as the Penfolds were preparing cattle for export and China imposed bans on beef imports from Australia in May 2020. As the family look to secure new export regions for their beef, the Penfolds have reimagined their product for a local market and are now selling boxes of beef directly to domestic consumers and hope their paddock to plate model will help to build city-country connections and educate consumers about the next generation of farmers and graziers. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)

Pada akhir tahun 2019, peternakan Penfolds telah berencana mengekspor daging sapi kualitas premium mereka ke Wuhan, China.  

MEANDARRA, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 18: Maddie Stiller, Bonnie Penfold and Molly Penfold enjoy a morning break of freshly made scones and tea at 'Old Bombine' on January 18, 2021 in Meandarra, Australia. COVID-19 and the recent Chinese export ban had an immediate and devastating impact on Queensland premium beef producer Four Daughters, a fourth-generation farming family with an almost entirely female team dedicated to a sustainable future of food production and care for their environment. Owned and operated by Dan and Karen Penfold and their four daughters Bonnie (23), Molly (21), Jemima (19) and Matilda (16), the Penfolds have over 100,000 acres of land across Meandarra and Yaraka in Western Queensland. A chance meeting in 2018 prompted the family to develop their own branded beef based around their four daughters who help run the farm and plan to one day take over operations from their parents.  After accepting an invitation to visit Wuhan, China, the Penfolds were in the early stages of exporting their Grain Fed Premium Black Angus Beef (boxed) to customers when the region was locked down in December 2019, soon to become known as the epicentre of the global coronavirus pandemic. A further setback came as the Penfolds were preparing cattle for export and China imposed bans on beef imports from Australia in May 2020. As the family look to secure new export regions for their beef, the Penfolds have reimagined their product for a local market and are now selling boxes of beef directly to domestic consumers and hope their paddock to plate model will help to build city-country connections and educate consumers about the next generation of farmers and graziers. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)

Namun pandemi Corona yang melanda Wuhan membuat rencana ekspor harus dihentikan.  

MEANDARRA, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 18: Jemima Penfold manoeuvres a tyre onto a tractor at 'Old Bombine' on January 18, 2021 in Meandarra, Australia. COVID-19 and the recent Chinese export ban had an immediate and devastating impact on Queensland premium beef producer Four Daughters, a fourth-generation farming family with an almost entirely female team dedicated to a sustainable future of food production and care for their environment. Owned and operated by Dan and Karen Penfold and their four daughters Bonnie (23), Molly (21), Jemima (19) and Matilda (16), the Penfolds have over 100,000 acres of land across Meandarra and Yaraka in Western Queensland. A chance meeting in 2018 prompted the family to develop their own branded beef based around their four daughters who help run the farm and plan to one day take over operations from their parents.  After accepting an invitation to visit Wuhan, China, the Penfolds were in the early stages of exporting their Grain Fed Premium Black Angus Beef (boxed) to customers when the region was locked down in December 2019, soon to become known as the epicentre of the global coronavirus pandemic. A further setback came as the Penfolds were preparing cattle for export and China imposed bans on beef imports from Australia in May 2020. As the family look to secure new export regions for their beef, the Penfolds have reimagined their product for a local market and are now selling boxes of beef directly to domestic consumers and hope their paddock to plate model will help to build city-country connections and educate consumers about the next generation of farmers and graziers. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)

Kemunduran lebih lanjut datang ketika China memberlakukan larangan impor daging dari Australia pada Mei 2020.  

MEANDARRA, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 18: Maddie Stiller, Bonnie Penfold and Molly Penfold enjoy a morning break of freshly made scones and tea at 'Old Bombine' on January 18, 2021 in Meandarra, Australia. COVID-19 and the recent Chinese export ban had an immediate and devastating impact on Queensland premium beef producer Four Daughters, a fourth-generation farming family with an almost entirely female team dedicated to a sustainable future of food production and care for their environment. Owned and operated by Dan and Karen Penfold and their four daughters Bonnie (23), Molly (21), Jemima (19) and Matilda (16), the Penfolds have over 100,000 acres of land across Meandarra and Yaraka in Western Queensland. A chance meeting in 2018 prompted the family to develop their own branded beef based around their four daughters who help run the farm and plan to one day take over operations from their parents.  After accepting an invitation to visit Wuhan, China, the Penfolds were in the early stages of exporting their Grain Fed Premium Black Angus Beef (boxed) to customers when the region was locked down in December 2019, soon to become known as the epicentre of the global coronavirus pandemic. A further setback came as the Penfolds were preparing cattle for export and China imposed bans on beef imports from Australia in May 2020. As the family look to secure new export regions for their beef, the Penfolds have reimagined their product for a local market and are now selling boxes of beef directly to domestic consumers and hope their paddock to plate model will help to build city-country connections and educate consumers about the next generation of farmers and graziers. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)

Keempat puteri tangguh Penfolds hingga kini terus berupaya mengembangkan peternakannya di tengah pandemi.  

MEANDARRA, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 18: Maddie Stiller, Bonnie Penfold and Molly Penfold enjoy a morning break of freshly made scones and tea at 'Old Bombine' on January 18, 2021 in Meandarra, Australia. COVID-19 and the recent Chinese export ban had an immediate and devastating impact on Queensland premium beef producer Four Daughters, a fourth-generation farming family with an almost entirely female team dedicated to a sustainable future of food production and care for their environment. Owned and operated by Dan and Karen Penfold and their four daughters Bonnie (23), Molly (21), Jemima (19) and Matilda (16), the Penfolds have over 100,000 acres of land across Meandarra and Yaraka in Western Queensland. A chance meeting in 2018 prompted the family to develop their own branded beef based around their four daughters who help run the farm and plan to one day take over operations from their parents.  After accepting an invitation to visit Wuhan, China, the Penfolds were in the early stages of exporting their Grain Fed Premium Black Angus Beef (boxed) to customers when the region was locked down in December 2019, soon to become known as the epicentre of the global coronavirus pandemic. A further setback came as the Penfolds were preparing cattle for export and China imposed bans on beef imports from Australia in May 2020. As the family look to secure new export regions for their beef, the Penfolds have reimagined their product for a local market and are now selling boxes of beef directly to domestic consumers and hope their paddock to plate model will help to build city-country connections and educate consumers about the next generation of farmers and graziers. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)

Peningkatan kualitas hewan dan daging sapi terus mereka kembangkan untuk kemajuan peternakan.  

Perempuan Tangguh Peternak Sapi Australia
Perempuan Tangguh Peternak Sapi Australia
Perempuan Tangguh Peternak Sapi Australia
Perempuan Tangguh Peternak Sapi Australia
Perempuan Tangguh Peternak Sapi Australia
Perempuan Tangguh Peternak Sapi Australia
Perempuan Tangguh Peternak Sapi Australia
Perempuan Tangguh Peternak Sapi Australia
Perempuan Tangguh Peternak Sapi Australia
Perempuan Tangguh Peternak Sapi Australia
Perempuan Tangguh Peternak Sapi Australia
Perempuan Tangguh Peternak Sapi Australia