Neal Stevenson is an Elders boomerang. He started his career as an agronomist at Elders in 2009; and now, 10 years later, has returned to the fold, bringing with him his unique experience.
As well as his time at Elders, Neal gained vast agricultural knowledge working at Western Downs Agricultural Services that positions him well in his role with TEC.
Neal is an agricultural consultant at Thomas Elder Consulting (TEC) with experience spanning several locations and farming systems across Central and Southern Queensland. Neal’s specialties are in cotton, coarse grains and pulse production.
Neal was born and raised in Chinchilla and grew up on a grain and sheep farm. He attended tertiary studies at the University of Queensland and University of New England and is a self-confessed sporting tragic through his involvement in the Chinchilla Rugby Union club and his involvement in the local cricket competition.
To the people of the Western Downs, Neal is a familiar face and understands the importance of localised knowledge.
Outside of TEC, Neal runs a small broadacre farming operation which produces barley, cotton, wheat, mungbeans and sorghum.
Neal is passionate about what he does and believes his knowledge and experience combined with that of the network of consultants at TEC backed by Elders, provides a unique experience for both himself and his clients.