Publications

MLA produces a wide range of publications designed to help producers make informed production and marketing decisions about their cattle, sheep and goat enterprises. 

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R&D reports

MLA invests in on-farm and off-farm R&D relevant to the cattle, sheep and goat sectors of the red meat industry in order to boost the productivity and sustainability along the supply chain. Final reports of this R&D are available as an information source to industry.

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Feedback magazine

The latest edition of MLA's Feedback magazine is online now.

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Tips and Tools

MLA's Tips & Tools are practical, easy to follow information sheets designed to deliver the outcomes of on-farm R&D for livestock producers. The information is presented in a 'how to' format to allow easy implementation.

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Manuals and guides

MLA's Going into Goats program was developed in 2006 with the launch of the Going into Goats: Profitable producers' best practice guide (GiG guide) and continues today as a delivery platform for outputs from research and development (R&D) activities for farmed and rangeland goat production systems.

Going into Goats program

The Making More From Sheep manual is an 11 module guide to best practice for Australian sheep producers.

MMfS online manual

The More Beef from Pastures manual is designed to deliver the essential principles and practices for a successful beef business.

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Market information

MLA provides the latest news, analysis and information for Australia's red meat markets and enterprises.

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