Watch the presentations from the Producer Forum at MLA's 2015 AGM as well as the MLA Chair & MD address.
Healthy eating resources and information about red meat and health.
watch this video to learn more about the role and value of MLA and where we invest producer levies in research, development and marketing.
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.
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Tips, tricks, tools and more for successful yard weaning and if you get it right, according to specialist vet Lachlan Strohfeldt, you are optimising your chances of having highly productive cattle.
In this sixth part in our series on planning for tough seasons, experts outline what producers should consider for restocking when the season improves.
This is the fifth part in our series on planning for tough seasons. Here's some expert advice for producers on the considerations for destocking herds and flocks through dry seasons.
Close of tender has been extended to 2 October 2015
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