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Sheepmeat Industry Strategic Plan

Minister for Agriculture, Barnaby Joyce, launched the Sheepmeat Industry Strategic Plan (SISP 2020) on 9 September 2015. SISP 2020 sets out the sheepmeat industry’s strategic priorities for the coming five years and strongly aligns to the Meat Industry Strategic Plan (MISP 2020). For more information click here

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Our goal is to deliver lobbying outcomes that enhance the integrity, profitability and sustainability of the Australian Sheepmeat industry. More information available here

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2014 Sheepmeat Annual Muster- Available now!

Sheepmeat Council of Australia’s (SCA) free Annual Muster publication provides a snapshot summary of SCA’s work undertaken throughout the year on behalf of sheepmeat producers to underpin our market access, and ultimately returns to producers.

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2014 Sheepmeat Annual Muster

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Media & News

Sheepmeat Industry Strategic Plan (SISP) – Positioning the Australian Sheepmeat industry for future success.

Minister for Agriculture, Barnaby Joyce, has today launched the Sheepmeat Industry Strategic Plan (SISP 2020). SISP 2020 sets out the sheepmeat industry’s strategic priorities for the coming five years and strongly aligns to the Meat Industry Strategic Plan (MISP 2020), also launched today. Ms Kate Joseph, Chair of the SISP 2020 Development Committee said theRead more

Livestock markets require current LPA NVDs only

Sheepmeat producers will need to ensure they have the current Livestock Production Assurance National Vendor Declaration (LPA NVD) version from 16 November 2015, as all older versions will not be accepted under the LPA program. The current versions that will remain valid are: The April 2013 (0413) version for Cattle, EU Cattle, Sheep and Lambs,Read more

Gains available for sheep producers from the ChAFTA are substantial

Sheepmeat Council President, Mr Jeff Murray, yesterday returned from China as part of the business delegation, led by Trade Minister Andrew Robb, which took the opportunity to consider the benefits of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA). “There is a lot of value in the ChAFTA for sheep producers; the Government worked hard to deliverRead more