The review finds that MLA is delivering a good return on investment overall – with a return of $6.20 on every dollar invested by its levy payers, the Australian Government and value chain partners.
An autumn break is leaving southern producers considering the management of pasture growth into winter. Here's advice on how to go about it.
A new module has been added to the Making More From Sheep program, specifically to help pastoral zone producers lift sheep productivity.
Meat & Livestock Australia Ltd (MLA) strives to be the recognised leader in delivering world-class research, development and marketing outcomes that benefit Australian cattle, sheep and goat producers.
Working in collaboration with the Australian Government and wider red meat industry, MLA's mission is to deliver value to levy payers by investing in initiatives that contribute to producer profitability, sustainability and global competitiveness.
The new regional consultation model gives producers direct input into MLA’s R&D priorities.
Click on the icons below to find out more about how MLA invests in research & development and marketing on behalf of producers. Funding comes from transaction levies paid on livestock sales, the Australian government and voluntary contributions from industry partners.
MLA invested $60m on behalf of grassfed cattle producers in 2014/15.
MLA invested $10.94m on behalf of grainfed cattle producers in 2014/15.
MLA invested $40.9m on behalf of sheepmeat and lamb producers in 2014/15.
MLA invested $0.94m on behalf of goat producers in 2014/15.
MLA is investing $52.8m on behalf of supply chain levy payers and voluntary contributors in 2014/15.
The 2016 "You're Better on Beef" campaign launched in March to inspire and motivate women, the gatekeeper of the family meals repertoire, to serve beef to their families. This year "You're Better on Beef" continues to show that beef is an essential part of a winning diet, with the essential nutrients in beef giving you the energy to take on the day.
What’s around the corner for Australian red meat production? We asked 10 of MLA’s technical experts to share their predictions for what will have an impact on-farm in the next 10 years.
Queensland feedlot veterinarian Lachlan Strohfeldt says using best practice cattle handling techniques in the first six months of an animal's life sets them up for a lifetime of productivity.
Gulf cattle producers can check the pulse of their business, access new technologies and get a handle on the latest industry research at a forum at Mt Surprise on 1-2 June.
James and Emma Baldry and their young family operate a mixed enterprise at Wallendbeen on the south-western slopes of southern NSW.
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