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Usage of MLA education and extension resources – Creative Commons (CC)
MLA and its partners have funded the development of education and extension resources (including manuals, tools and calculators) to benefit Australian red meat producers. To improve the accessibility of these resources to industry, MLA and its partners have adopted an ‘easy access creative commons’ approach. Below is a list of resources that are available via creative commons licencing.
Creative Commons licence
Most copyrighted publications on this page are made available under Creative Commons Atribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International licensing, which permits sharing and use at no cost under the certain listed publications provisions.
Certain publications are not to be modified nor used to create derivative works, and these are made available under the Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 2.0 International licence (CC BY-ND 2.0 AU), which permits sharing but does not allow modification or the creation of derivative works.
The type of licence will be indicated on each publication.
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Educational Materials - Cross-curricular
There are extra cross-curricular lessons about farming that will support the unit of work.CC Licence: CC-BY-SA 4.0 © Meat & Livestock AustraliaSee all items
Educational Materials - Units of work
Many children are unaware of the meat production process and how the food moves from the farm to their plate. This unit of work aims to increase students’ awareness and understanding of the red meat industry and how farming today is using practices and technology to be more efficient and productive, whilst caring for the land and the animals.CC Licence: CC-BY-SA 4.0 © Meat & Livestock Australia
Basic Butchery Videos: Beef, Lamb and Goat
The art of butchery is a skill that takes many years to perfect. There are many ways to break down carcasses, these videos provide a basic practical guide and refresher, on how to procure traditional cuts.CC Licence: CC-BY-ND 4.0
More beef from pastures - videos
Instructional videos developed to achieve a sustainable (economic and environmental) increase in kilograms of beef produced per hectare through a whole of farm system and value chain approach. (Available for use under CC - no derivatives allowed).CC Licence: CC BY-ND 2.0 AU © Meat & Livestock Australia
Give Goats a Go - Instructional Videos
Six videos compile best practice information to help producers secure a future as innovative, profitable and resilient world leaders in goat production.CC Licence: CC BY-ND 2.0 AU © Meat & Livestock Australia
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Unless otherwise noted in ‘Acknowledgments’, copyright (and any other intellectual property rights) in the publications and tools are owned by Meat & Livestock Australia Limited.
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