Australian red meat producers and stakeholders are invited to attend Red Meat 2017 in Alice Springs. The program includes a producer tour, the latest research, innovation and marketing insights, a trade show and technology demonstrations, a business breakfast and unrivalled networking opportunities.
Learn how to better meet the market with practical advice on genetics, livestock husbandry, natural resource management and MSA eating quality accreditation.
See working demonstrations of the latest on and off farm innovations and how these can be applied in your business.
As this is an on farm tour, please wear covered footwear and bring a hat and water bottle. Lunch will be provided.
Meat & Livestock Australia is facilitating an Advocates Workshop in conjunction with Red Meat 2017 to equip industry people with the skills, confidence and knowledge to promote the industry and advocate its credentials within the community.
The community places a high - and growing - expectation on the Australian red meat and livestock industry to look after the environment and the welfare of livestock. Proactively meeting these community expectations is essential for the industry to maintain its social licence to operate.
The Advocates Workshop includes an update on MLA's community engagement projects, as well as upcoming events and educational opportunities to strengthen the important relationship between the producer and the consumer.
Participants are invited to attend an informal gathering on the night before the workshop to network and share ideas and experiences with colleagues from all over Australia.
Places are strictly limited. Interested participants are encouraged to click here to contact MLA for details.
Join us for "Red Centre Welcome" - a grazing cocktail event showcasing Australian beef, lamb and goat. Accompanied by locally sourced ingredients, this event will be a tribute to world-class Australian produce deep in the heart of the Red Centre.
This event will take place under the stars at the iconic Alice Springs Telegraph Station - the birthplace of the Alice Springs township.
The Alice Springs Telegraph Station Historical Reserve marks the original site of the first European settlement in Alice Springs. The Station was established in 1872 to relay messages between Darwin and Adelaide, linking with an underwater cable network to London.
Join a high level discussion with a special guest speaker over a hearty breakfast with fellow producers, industry leaders and other representatives from across the red meat value chain.
Red Meat Advisory Council: Working for Central & Northern Australia
The Red Meat Advisory Council (RMAC) will chair a public forum for producers and other stakeholders to discuss important issues impacting livestock enterprises and the broader industry with peak industry council representatives.
From paddock to plate, find out how RMAC is working to promote the prosperity and longevity of your red meat businesses:
- The wins and challenges of unlocking up to 7 billion in growth by 2030
- How RMAC are fighting for vibrant red meat regions Australia wide
- How RMAC can better help you and your business towards 2020 and beyond
This is an opportunity to engage direct with leading decision makers from the beef production, manufacturing, feedlotting and livestock exports sectors as well as sheepmeat and goatmeat.
Meat & Livestock Australia
The MLA Producer Forum provides MLA members with the opportunity to hear from key MLA staff on the past year’s highlights and future directions of MLA’s marketing and R&D programs.
The Forum will also feature an open Q&A session with MLA's General Managers.
Meat & Livestock Australia's culinary team will take guests around the globe, showcasing delicious examples of how True Aussie beef, lamb and goat is dished up in key export markets every day.
MLA's 2017 Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday, 22 November at the Alice Springs Convention Centre.
MLA Chair Michele Allan will report on the company’s performance in 2016-17 and MLA Managing Director Richard Norton will inform members of the company's priorities for the year ahead. The formal proceedings of the AGM will also include consideration of MLA accounts and the election of three Directors to the Board.
All MLA members are entitled to participate in the AGM. This is your opportunity to ask questions, meet the MLA Board and leadership team and learn more about how your levies are being invested in ensuring the future prosperity of the Australian red meat and livestock industry.
If you are an MLA member and cannot attend, you do have the opportunity to submit questions on notice. Click here to submit your question.
For more information, including registration details and voting entitlement, please click here to visit the MLA website or call MLA Membership Services on 1800 023 100.
Red Meat 2017 closes with a casual BBQ dinner showcasing some of the dishes that MLA has successfully launched into domestic foodservice and retail.