Sheepmeat Council of Australia (SCA) together with Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association (TFGA), and supported by Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) are hosting a Sheepmeat Producer Forum in Launceston on the afternoon of Tuesday 25 February. The aim of the forum will be to provide an overview of Sheepmeat Council’s role, goals and priority areasRead more
Our goal is to deliver lobbying outcomes that enhance the integrity, profitability and sustainability of the Australian Sheepmeat industry.
Sheepmeat Industry Strategic Plan
Sheepmeat Council of Australia has released a five-year plan to drive the sheepmeat industry forward into 2015. The Sheepmeat Industry Strategic Plan (SISP) is a national blueprint for the sheepmeat industry that aims to assure the sustainability and growth of the sector.
2013 Sheepmeat Annual Muster
Sheepmeat Council of Australia’s free Annual Muster publication provides a snapshot summary of SCA’s work undertaken throughout the year on the issues affecting sheepmeat producers’ profitability.Our goal is to deliver lobbying outcomes that enhance the integrity, profitability and sustainability of the Australian Sheepmeat industry.
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Media & News
Sheepmeat Council of Australia has announced the appointment of Dr Kathleen (Kat) Ferme as its new CEO. Sheepmeat Council president Ian McColl said Dr Ferme has the skills, contacts and experience necessary to lead the organisation. Dr Ferme replaces Ron Cullen who has resigned after five years with the Council. As a veterinarian and policyRead more
Sheepmeat Council of Australia (SCA) has today submitted their views on the government’s request for ways to improve sheep traceability. The government’s Regulatory Impact Statement (RIS) considered the costs and benefits of improving sheep and goat traceability through either the current visual mob-based system or through the use of Electronic Identification (EID), with or withoutRead more