Events & workshops


MLA runs a range of events and workshops designed to deliver the practical outcomes of R&D activities and inform producers about the range of marketing activities. These events aim to increase the confidence, knowledge and skills of people involved in the red meat industry.

Find out more about MLA Event types or request an event or sponsorship. 

Search upcoming events below.

8 results found

Bredwell Fedwell - Galong
Boorowa Flats, Galong Road, Galong NSW 2585
A hands-on workshop, about breeding and feeding to make more money, topics include: • Improving ewe nutrition • Developing a breeding goal • Developing a feed budget • Breeding better ewes

Bredwell Fedwell - Tottenham
Tottenham Showground, Tottenham NSW 2873
A hands-on workshop, about breeding and feeding to make more money, topics include: • Improving ewe nutrition • Developing a breeding goal • Developing a feed budget • Breeding better ewes

MLA Southern Producer Forum - Bordertown
Bordertown, SA
Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) will be hosting a series of regionally focussed producer forums in southern Australia during May and June this year. The “Your levy, Your Industry” forums are designed to provide beef, sheepmeat and goat producers with an opportunity to hear from MLA’s Managing Director, Richard Norton, learn about MLA’s new R&D consultation model and have input into the future direction of their marketing and R&D levies. Most importantly, the forums will allow for MLA to hear directly from producers.

Profitable Lamb Marketing - Coonalpyn
Coonalpyn Football Club, Coonalpyn, South Australia 5265
An informative day on prime lamb marketing options and profitability drivers.

MLA Southern Producer Forum - Clare
Clare, South Australia
Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) will be hosting a series of regionally focussed producer forums in southern Australia during May and June this year. The “Your levy, Your Industry” forums are designed to provide beef, sheepmeat and goat producers with an opportunity to hear from MLA’s Managing Director, Richard Norton, learn about MLA’s new R&D consultation model and have input into the future direction of their marketing and R&D levies. Most importantly, the forums will allow for MLA to hear directly from producers.

Sheep health and production update - Tumby Bay
13 Trezise Street, Tumby Bay, South Australia 5605
Healthy sheep are content sheep. Content sheep are profitable sheep. Lamb liveweight gain of 350 grams per day from birth to weaning – Are you hitting this target?

  


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