Vickery Bros, The Fertiliser Professionals | Australia
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Established in 1948 by
Alan & Jack Vickery

Vickery Bros. is a
3rd generation
family owned business

Did you know
we transport in excess of
250,000 tonnes
of product per year

We supply and deliver
fertiliser, grain,
concrete, rock,
rubble and sand

Vickery Bros. sponsor
over 40 football/netball,
bowling, tennis, cricket,
racing, basketball,
hockey and quoits clubs

Wanting to achieve
higher growth?

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Looking after
farmers from
Port to Paddock

Western Victoria
South East South Australia

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The Next Generation

Today marks the next step in Vickery Bros. with Geoff and Sue Vickerys boys David and Josh Vickery officially starting work with the business, (although if you ask Josh he has been working here since he was 13).  The boys have grown up with the business always happy to lend a hand or go out with Geoff in a spreader.

The boys grew up in Coleraine, both attending Coleraine Primary School until Josh transferred to Hamilton College at the start of grade 5.  David finished his primary schooling in Coleraine before joining Josh at Hamilton College. Josh stayed at Hamilton College while David transfered to Melbourne Grammar for years 11 & 12.

In 2002 the boys decided to head up to Frances working for 12 months developing their experience in the agricultural industry.  They gained hands on experiance with prime lambs, broadacre cropping and driving headers.

Come 2003 and the boys went their seperate wasys with David spending a year spreading for the family business while Josh attended Marcus Oldham.  He graduated with an Advanced Diploma in Rural Business Management and for his practical year worked at Harberger Farm Supplies in Donald.

David started at Marcus Oldham a year later and graduated with Advanced Diploma Rural Business Management with his practical year spent working at Impact Fertiliser based in Tasminia. He then went back to Deakin University and did another six months course and graduated with a Bachelor of Business in Agricultural Management.

At the start of 2006 Josh headed to America to drive trucks on the acclaimed “Tornado Alley” and operating harvesters during the cropping season. He believes that the experience he gained from this will benefit his future roles within the company.

Come december 2006 and the boys have come home to utilise all their skils and learning to make sure the business keeps moving forward.