Thoroughbred Breeders Victoria (TBV) is always looking for ways to assist fellow breeders through innovation, cost savings and services. Supporting a thoroughbred breeding operation incurs major outgoings such as feed and animal health, this is an area that TBV have focused on and are pleased to present an opportunity that may assist breeders in significant savings.
To this end, we have been in discussions with CEPA Co-Operative Ltd.Â CEPA is a large provider of stock feed, animal health products and general farm merchandise, primarily to the thoroughbred equine Industry.Â It has been operating for over 50 years and currently supplies approximately 850 CEPA members in and around regional Victoria.
CEPA is offering TBV members the opportunity to join the CEPA Co-operative purchasing Group and avail themselves of a range of benefits including (but not limited to):
- Favorable discounted pricing on a huge range of products for our industry
- Access to the current additional CEPA members settlement discount scheme
- Supporting Thoroughbred Breeders Victoria financially
Following the recent presentations to the TBV Board by CEPA, TBV committee members from Three Bridges Thoroughbreds, Burnewang North and Lauriston Thoroughbred Farm have all joined CEPA and are benefiting from the excellent prices and quality of service.
I encourage you all to make contact with CEPA CEO Rob Bogumil, to find out how CEPA Co-operative can benefit your business and how CEPA is supporting TBV.
Rob’s details are:Â P: 03 5443 6072 Â Â M: 0409 219 804Â Â E: email@example.com
And please ensure you mention your TBV membership.
President, Thoroughbred Breeders Victoria