A Glen Innes cattle and sheep assessor has won the top prize for New South Wales in an assessment run by AuctionsPlus.
Shad Bailey became a Level 1 assessor in 2011. His company, Colin Say & Co, says he takes great pride in everything he does and he’s always striving to improve.
The judges said: “We feel that it is important to celebrate leaders in our industry. These top assessors have been selected as they deliver consistent quality assessments and demonstrate strong leadership particularly with young up and coming assessors.
“They lead by example, cop it on the chin when they make a mistake and work to achieve win/win situations with buyers and sellers. All winners have received strong buyer feedback, have good clearance rates, have multiple vendors on the platform and are also in the top twenty for volume in the State. They also consistently contribute to industry challenges.”