Michael Johnson

Regional Manager Barkly

Michael Johnson was appointed Regional Manager of the Barkly Group in 2014 and currently manages Brunette Downs station.

Michael joined AACo in February 2010 as Manager of Avon and Austral Downs.

Prior to this Michael worked for Stanbroke Pastoral Company where he gained extensive experience in the Australian cattle industry, progressing his career from stockman into management roles across a number of enterprises throughout Northern Australia.

Michael is passionate about northern beef production systems and the development of people within it. He is active in the local community donating time to various community organisations and events.

Michael is an executive of the Northern Territory Cattlemen’s Association and also chair of the Barkly Regional Advisory Council.

Grant Keane

 Regional Manager Victoria River Group

Grant Keane was appointed regional manager of the VRG group in 2019 and currently manages Camfield Station

Grant first joined AACo in 2005 as a stockman fresh out of school at Canobie Station. Grant transferred through various AACo properties across the Gulf and Barkly regions including Canobie (and Wondoola), Brunette Downs and Avon Down before moving across to the VRG region to Camfield Station as manager in 2017.

Grant is passionate about the Northern Beef Industry especially the research and implementation of exciting new technologies and practices and the development, training and career progression opportunities for people throughout the industry.

Amanda Moohen

Regional Manager Intensive – Feedlot Operations

Amanda Moohen joined AACo in November 2018 when she was appointed in the newly created role of Regional Manager, Intensive and currently manages Aronui Feedlot, Goonoo Feedlot and their associated backgrounding programs. Amanda is based at Aronui Feedlot, Dalby Qld.

Prior to joining AACo Amanda was the Feedlot Manager at Wonga Plains Feedlot for the Camm Agricultural Group.   Where she gained extensive knowledge and experience in the Australian feedlot industry, progressing her career from administration to Feedlot Manager in that time.

Amanda is an active leader in the feedlot industry including being the founder and current President of Women of Lot Feeding which was founded as part of her participation in the Graeme Acton Mentoring Program. She is passionate about upskilling people and creating a positive culture within the industry.

Amanda is passionate and dedicated to the feedlot industry.  She believes by creating prosperity through a collaboration of our people, livestock and land the feedlot industry will continue to thrive.

Clint Wokner

Regional Manager Northern QLD

Clint Wockner currently manages Dalgonally Station. He was appointed Regional Manager of the North Qld Region in March 2019. He lives there with wife Wendy, and has three sons, Charlie, Darcy and Cody. Clint hails from farming country on the Darling Downs, and was drawn to the North following a two year period at Emerald Ag College. Following this, he began his career in the Northern Australian Beef industry with AACO- progressing from ringer right through to Head stockman- working on Canobie, Wondoola and Dalgonally over a period of 9 years. During this time, Clint went through one of the very first Grad program, referred to as a Cadetship back in the day…. in which time he completed his fixed wing pilot’s license, and flew the plane at Brunette Downs. He then ventured out, running a successful contract mustering business for ten years, before managing several properties for Stanbroke over a 13 year period, in which time he was involved in extensive livestock management and infrastructure development programs. Clint is passionate about using infrastructure development and interactive mapping systems to create cost effective and efficient Beef Production within the North Australian Beef Industry and revels in sharing and developing knowledge and skills in young people. He is very active in supporting local community events and encourages those around him to follow suit.