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


About SCA————————————————–

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


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

2013 Sheepmeat Annual Muster

2012 Sheepmeat Annual Muster




Media & News

Employment Opportunity – Market Access and Communications Officer

Market Access and Communications Officer An exciting opportunity exists to join our Canberra based team. This role is suitable for a recent graduate with up to four years industry experience with an interest in communications and industry development, market access and trade or policy development. More information is available by contacting Dave Compton at RimfireRead more

Employment Opportunity – Policy Director

  POLICY DIRECTOR Sheepmeat Council of Australia is the peak body representing the interests of Australia’s sheepmeat producers at the national level with working relationships across industry, States, Territories and governments. SCA is seeking a Policy Director to join their small, Canberra based team. The successful applicant will possess sound communication and policy development skills.Read more

Sheep meat industry welcomes levy payer register legislation

The Sheepmeat Council of Australia (SCA) has today welcomed news that legislation has been introduced by the Turnbull government to provide levy-payers with greater say about levy expenditure. The amendments to the Primary Industries Levies and Charges Collection Act 1991 will allow levy-payer information, collected by the Australian Government, to be passed on to ResearchRead more