Vicki Wilson - Owner/Manager
I began my rural career in Sydney at the age of 18 at AML&F. I went on to become a Product Manager at Elders and was then transferred to Bathurst and became the first female manager of an Elders rural merchandise store at 27. In 1990 I was part of opening an independent rural supplies store which later became Town and Country Rural Supplies Bathurst. I have had a great relationship with Landmark as a Landmark network member for the past five years. I have always been involved in the Bathurst community since my arrival. I am a member of the Royal Bathurst Show Committee as the Showgirl Coordinator and the Publicity Officer of the Rockley Rodeo as well as supporting well over 30 different community organisations in Bathurst.
Nicole grew up in Oberon NSW and spent 5 years on a sheep, cattle and earthmoving property in Woodstock. She has completed a course in Agricultural Management.
Nicole commenced work at Town & Country Rural Supplies in 2005.
Born in Sydney, Iain’s family moved to Mt Bathurst at Black Springs from an early age. He completed primary school in Black Springs and high school in Sydney.
Iain went to Armidale University and Orange Agriculture College, and has completed an Associate Diploma of Farm Management and an Associate Diploma of Horticulture. He has also completed courses in grazing for profit, executive link and growth link through R.C.S . Iain has experience in prime lamb and beef production and now steer trading.
Andrew was born in Inverell and educated in Shepparton, Victoria and Albury NSW. He has an Advanced Diploma in Farm Management through Orange Agricultural College.
Andrew has worked at Landmark in locations such as Bathurst and Mungindi and commenced work with Town and Country Bathurst in February 2008.
Chris returned to Bathurst in 1995. With his wife Trish, he purchased a farm 30 km north of Bathurst in 1999 where they produce fat lambs, beef cattle and truffles.
Chris commenced work at Town & Country Rural Supplies Bathurst in May 2011.
Born and raised in Tocumwal NSW, Trish’s family was in dairying and had the local milk run. Trish moved to Bathurst in 1995 after a stint in Leeton. She purchased a rural property with her husband in 1999 where they run a fat lamb, beef cattle and truffle enterprise.
Trish commenced work at Town & Country Rural Supplies Bathurst in September 2011.
Shania moved to Bathurst when she was 5 years old. Shania began working for Town and Country Rural Supplies when she was 15 years old, working after school. Shania completed Animal Studies Cert II and Vet Nursing Cert IV at TAFE before beoming a full time employee as Office and Retail Assistant in
Kevin is a born and bred Bathurst local. After working for many years in the auto industry and managing his own property, Kevin joined Town and Country Rural Supplies on a part-time basis in early 2018.