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.

18 results found

ALFA work, health & safety workshop
Moama, Vic
The workshop content is designed to provide feedlots with an update to the feedlot sector safety management system and show lot feeders how to make the most of it in their operations.

Organic beef information day - Roma
Overlander Homestead Motel, Warrego Highway, Roma
This information day will provide beef producers with an opportunity to find out more about organic beef and its production.

Bred Well Fed Well - Lucindale
Woolumbool Road, Lucindale, VIC
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

Bred Well Fed Well - Telangatuk East
429 Silcocks Road, Telangatuk East, Victoria
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

Managing Summer Heat in Feedlots Workshop - Murray Bridge
Murray Bridge Community Club, Murray Bridge, SA
Interested in learning the latest about being prepared on your feedlot for the hot summer months?Excessive heat can have major impacts on cattle health, welfare and productivity.To prepare for the coming summer season the Australian Lot Feeders’ Association, in conjunction with Meat & Livestock Australia and Katestone, invite you to attend one of our ‘Managing Summer Heat’ workshops.

Precision livestock management - is it worth it?
Bungaree Station, Main North Road, Clare SA 5453
GPS guidance for livestock. A workshop to understand what technologies are available for commercial sheep producers and importantly, are they economically worth it?

  


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