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.

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Commercial Goat Industry Field Day
Condobolin Agricultural Research Station Scientific Reserve, Condobolin, NSW
See how commercial and rangeland goat meat producers can turn off more kilograms of meat using modern genetics that are bred to survive in commercial environments.

Consultation meeting - Georgetown
Georgetown Shire Hall, St George St, Georgetown, Queensland 4871
All livestock producers are invited to come and talk with Richard Norton, Managing Director of Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA), about their levy and the value of the current investment. MLA is also seeking feedback on a new consultation model to give levy payers a greater say in how their R&D levy is spent.

Consultation meeting - Longreach
Albert Park Motor Inn, Stork Road, Longreach, Queensland 4730
All livestock producers are invited to come and talk with Richard Norton, Managing Director of Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA), about their levy and the value of the current investment. MLA is also seeking feedback on a new consultation model to give levy payers a greater say in how their R&D levy is spent.

Consultation meeting - Cloncurry
Leichhardt Hotel, 11 Scarr Street, Cloncurry, Queensland 4824
All livestock producers are invited to come and talk with Richard Norton, Managing Director of Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA), about their levy and the value of the current investment. MLA is also seeking feedback on a new consultation model to give levy payers a greater say in how their R&D levy is spent.

Flinders Island Pasture Update
Flinders Art and Entertainment Centre, Patrick St, Whitemark
The Flinders Island Pasture Update will feature a session focussing on Autumn ill thrift, a condition that is estimated to cost Tasmanian producers $11 million annually, due to animals failing to perform as expected over the autumn.

Pastoral Beef Field Day
Railway Terrace South, Marree SA 5733
Feature speakers include David Woolard - Teys Australia, Jake Phillips - MSA trade development officer, Stephen Doughty - NLIS tag retention and management, Sally Leigo - CRC Remote Economic Participation, and Stuart Paul - DEWNR

  


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