Welcome to the Young Livestock Exporters Network
The Young Livestock Exporters Network was established in 2019 by young industry professionals, for young industry professionals. YLEN's vision is to build networks and leadership through pathways of professional development within the livestock export supply chain.
The network is underpinned by two key pillars:
- Career development of members through providing pathways to professional development opportunities.
- Building relationships through networking opportunities.
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News and Blog
Member Profile: Regan Lynch
Current Job Opportunities
YLEN Committee Applications 2022
Marcus Oldham College & Livecorp Travel Bursary
YLEN Livestock Leaders Workshop
“I found the first session very informative. It has really enticed me to do some self-reflection about my strategies as a leader. I am going to take a lot away from these next sessions.”
Headstockman, Delamere Station - 2022 Mate to Manager Participant
“Passionate people who will become the next generation of live exporters leading the world in animal welfare outcomes.”
Roebuck Export Depot Manager
“YLEN has given me the chance to broaden my networks within the industry and forced me to step out of my comfort zone.”
Animal Welfare Assurance Manager
“I've thoroughly enjoyed my time up here, learning lots and talking to as many people in the industry as I can!”
2022 Marcus Oldham Travel & Training Bursary Awardee
"A progressive and inclusive group that allows me to network across the supply chain and allows me to interact with like-minded people."
Member Survey Feedback 2020
"YLEN introduced me to influential industry leaders, I’ve made some great friends and it’s opened my eyes to the many opportunities the live export industry presents to young people."
Camille Camp. Kalyeeda Station & YLEN Secretary
“YLEN allowed me to grow my networks within the beef industry. I was able to connect with producers and station owners as the Northern Beef Industry has contrasting aspects when compared to the South.”