Media Release


Tammie Robinson brings a lifelong enthusiasm to her new role as Livestock Sales Manager for Queensland and the Northern Territory at StockLive. 
Born and raised on a property at Toogoolawah in Southeast Queensland, Tammie was breaking in and showing cattle from her early school years. 
“The beef industry has been part of who I am from childhood, and I am passionate about helping young people discover their own love for cattle,” she said. 
“In this role, I am looking at new business opportunities and ways to drive business growth. I am travelling within Queensland and will branch out as the year goes on. 
“The StockLive platform is so easy to use and understand and we pride ourselves on client service and relationships. If you contact us, you will always reach someone from the team who will go above and beyond to achieve the outcome the client needs. 
“When I’m at a sale it is extremely full on and fast-paced, working with agents and vendors to get them the absolute best outcome that we can. 
“I love working for a company that is 100% Australian, from shareholder to investors and is all about Australian agriculture.”
Tammie runs a Brangus stud with her two sisters, as well as a commercial Brangus and Santa Gertrudis herd in the Brisbane Valley in South East Queensland. 
After realising a teaching degree wasn’t for her, she spent 10 years as a merchandise manager with CRT, before turning her hand to sales and moving into the agtech space. Her extensive cattle knowledge has also been recognised by the Beef Australia Board through her appointment to the Stud Cattle Championship Committee for Beef2024. 
Tammie said since joining StockLive in November 2022, no two days had been the same. 
“Currently it’s very much about learning for me - I am new to the team and absorbing everything I can from all the amazing people I work with. 
“At StockLive we all have a passion for the industry, you can pick up the phone anytime and call anyone within our team and they are more than happy to help and support you any way they can. I really value that.” 
Tammie said she was looking forward to continuing to build strong relationships with StockLive’s clients.  
“First and foremost, strong relationships are formed off trust and this is built from listening to your client and their needs, understanding what they want to achieve and executing it to the best of your ability,” she said. 
“Be honest, shoot straight, keep your word and follow through with what you have promised. Essentially just be a good person and love what you do”. 
“I am very excited for what the next 12 months will bring.”