Redefining resilience through producer innovation

4 November 1–2pm Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT)

Practical, outcomes-focused advice for producers wanting to be leaders in change and innovation.

Driving productivity and profitability through producer adoption

Learn how MLA’s Producer Adoption program fosters the prosperity and resilience of the Australian red meat and livestock industry by building the capability of producers and advisers to increase on-farm productivity and profitability.

Speaker: Jason Strong, MLA Managing Director

MLA’s adoption strategy

Learn how MLA’s adoption strategy increases prosperity through producer adoption of key research and technology across all livestock production regions.

Speaker: Mick Crowley, MLA General Manager Research, Development and Adoption

How ‘Involve and Partner’ adoption strategies have fostered producer innovation

Find out about outcomes from activities such as crop grazing and pasture improvement producer demonstration sites, that have increased producer profitability. Hear how producers can get deeply engaged with implementing R & D in their business.

Speaker: Sarah Strachan, MLA Group Manager Adoption and Commercialisation

How genetics investments have built resilience

The Beef Information Nucleus (BIN) project is delivering more accurate and extensive estimated breeding value information to validate gene markers so producers can improve animal selection, find out how investments in BIN have resulted in industry change.

Speaker: Hamish Chandler, MLA Program Manager Genetics

Accelerating adoption

Find out what is involved with strategic partnerships such as BeefLinks, Sheep Reproduction Strategic Partnership, Livestock Productivity Partnership, Sheep Productivity Partnership and Northern Breeding Business and hear how these strategic partnerships and customised approaches accelerate adoption.

Hear more about the importance of strategic partnerships, where Professor Phil Vercoe, University of Western Australia will discuss the progression of BeefLinks.

Speaker: Professor Phil Vercoe, University of Western Australia