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Who we are

Livestock SA is an industry association representing beef cattle, sheep and goat producers in South Australia.

Livestock SA is a member-based not-for-profit organisaton that is the voice for livestock producers on all industry related issues. Livestock SA works to inform government, businesses and the wider community on the contribution of livestock producers to the food and fibre industries and to the wider South Australian economy.

Established in 2012, Livestock SA is a member of Primary Producers SA, working with other commodity groups on issues affecting all farmers and nationally is the South Australian member of the Sheep Producers Australia, WoolProducers Australia, Cattle Council of Australia, Goat Industry Council of Australia and the South East Australian Livestock Exporters Association. Through PPSA and the Peak Councils, Livestock SA is also a member of the National Farmers Federation.

Advocacy and industry assistance through Livestock SA is funded through producer levies on sheep and cattle. The levy money is collected through the SA Sheep and Cattle Industry Funds.

Our Purpose

To foster a respected, sustainable and profitable livestock industry in South Australia.

Strategic Plan: 2019-2023

Our Vision

To support a strong, sustainable, productive and profitable livestock sector in South Australia which is valued by the community and all levels of government.

Our Mission

To be a strong advocate for South Australian livestock producers.

Our Values

  • Vigorous representation for the South Australian livestock industry
  • Providing a respected voice for industry and members
  • Accountable and trustworthy
  • Members have a focus on ethical and sustainable practice
  • Passion for the livestock industry

Strategic Plan: 2019-2023

The Livestock SA Strategic Plan 2019-2023 reflects the needs of Livestock SA and its members.

Strategic Plan: 2019-2023