Producers and industry stakeholders have the opportunity to provide their thoughts on the future of the state’s sheep industry to inform the new South Australian Sheep Industry Blueprint for the next decade.
Livestock SA today welcomed the State Government announcement of $7.5 million into South Australia’s red meat sector in a bid to grow productivity in the industry and further strengthen biosecurity.
A blueprint to guide the growth and development of the South Australian beef industry by more than $200 million per year has been launched this morning at the Growing SA annual conference at Hahndorf.
Longtime beef industry stalwart Bruce Creek, Kangaroo Island, has been appointed as the inaugural Chair of the South Australian Beef Industry Blueprint Working Group.
Twelve months after it was launched, the South Australian Sheep Industry Blueprint is on track to deliver its overarching aim of a 20 per cent increase in productivity and value in the state’s sheep industry by 2020.
More than 120 South Australians headed across the border to the first-ever New South Wales held LambEx 2016 last week in Albury.
A Blueprint for the South Australian sheep industry, which aims to increase value and maintain international competitiveness has been launched today.
A five-year strategy to unite the South Australian sheep industry value chain and boost profits by $320 million will be launched on Tuesday, April 12, at Hahndorf.
A strategy that aims to drive sheep industry productivity to a 20 per cent increase by 2020 will be launched on Tuesday, April 12, at the Adelaide Hills Convention Centre at Hahndorf.
Livestock SA will partner with the University of Adelaide to develop and implement the South Australian Sheep Industry Blueprint – a plan to boost the sector’s value, innovation and employment and training opportunities.