West Wyalong Staff

Ross Loudon

Ross Loudon

Wool Technical Officer, West Wyalong

Ross has lived in the Weethalle – Tallimba district for the majority of his life. Ross owns and operates a farm in the Tallimba region, with a self replacing merino flock and some cereal crop which is mainly stored as sheep feed. Ross is happily married to Margaret and they have three sons, Rohan, Adam and Michael who are scattered throughout NSW.

Ross started working with Moses & Son in 2006 as a Wool Technical Officer and thoroughly enjoys the job.

Bronnie Rogers

Bronnie Rogers

Wool Technical Officer, West Wyalong

Bronnie was born and raised on the family farm at West Wyalong. In her younger days Bronnie was quite the sportswoman, receiving an Associate Diploma in Sports Science from Wollongong University, whilst representing New South Wales in Cricket, Golf and playing State League Basketball.

After working with the NSW Basketball Association, Bronnie studied Wool and Sheep Classing at Wagga Wagga. She then headed north, wool classing around Northern Queensland for two years. With her beau in tow she returned home to West Wyalong to lease and then buy the family farm and continue wool classing.

In 2002 Bronnie joined Moses & Son as a Wool Technical Officer. After an extended break to raise her two young daughters, Anna and Emily, Bronnie started back with Moses in February 2011.

Cassie Geddes

Cassie Geddes

Business Support, West Wyalong

Cassie’s local rural background has equipped her for the all rounder role she plays at the West Wyalong Store. After owning her own catering/coffee shop for almost a decade, Cassie decided to move into the Wool industry and joined Moses & Son in 2006. In her spare time Cassie is actively involved in the Catholic Ball Committee and the local Dramatic Society, and is a movie and trivia buff.

Stuart Danson

Stuart Danson

Warehouse, West Wyalong

Stuart was raised at Blow Clear District, near West Wyalong. Before starting work for Moses & Son, he worked around the district as a classer, roustabout and on the family farm. Stuart is very interested in local history and possesses many qualifications – from Wool classing, to an expert judge of showgirls at agricultural shows. Stuart is also known to be a jack of all trades.