The Council

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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Media & News

The 2016 stockTake Photo Competition

The Sheepmeat Council of Australia is launching the 2016 stockTake Photo Competition to muster exciting images that showcase the people, scenes and examples of sustainability, innovation and best practice management within the Australian sheepmeat industry. There are three awards on offer: -        Junior category … for budding photographers aged 5-17. The winner of this sectionRead more

Sheepmeat Industry Ambassador Award

In 2016, the SCA is seeking two young sheep producers to be Sheepmeat Industry Ambassadors. The award acknowledges the contributions of two outstanding young sheep producers as well as their future potential as industry leaders.This amazing opportunity involves a study tour in August 2016 as part of the Tri-Lamb Agreement between Australia, the United States andRead more

Sheepmeat Industry Governance Scholarship

The SCA is offering five scholarships for sheep producers to complete the AICD Company Directors Course. Each scholarship is valued at up to $10,000 and covers all course fees, including one year of AICD membership (paid direct to the AICD), travel to the course and accommodation and meals during the course. Applicants must be: • A sheep producer or person working in the sheepmeat industry.Read more