In this episode Jason Strong explains what MLA’s newly-released Strategic Plan 2020-25 means for red meat producers; we talk to Merimbula cattle producer, Deb Gray who is one of almost 100 fire-affected producers who have accessed support through MLA’s Back to Business Program; MLA Market Insights Manager, Tim Ryan, dissects the trade outlook for the second half of 2020; Central Queensland beef producer, Melinee Leather explains how MSA feedback informs her on-farm decisions; and Integrity Systems Company, Integrity Program Manager, Damon Holmes gives us the rundown on what to expect from changes to National Vendor Declarations, which come into effect from next month.
- Follow this link for more information on MLA’s Strategic Plan 2020-25
- MLA has developed a new, dedicated resource to help northern beef producers identify and combat phosphorus deficiency in their herds. Find it at mla.com.au/phosphorus
- For more information on MLA’s Back to Business program, head to mla.com.au/bushfire-recovery
- Since their suspension in early March due to COVID-19 MLA’s, full suite of national market reports, including cattle and sheep indicators are now back up and running. Visit mla.com.au/prices-markets for more.
- Become an MSA-registered producer or find out more about the myMSA platform at mla.com.au/msa
- For more information on upcoming changes to National Vendor Declarations, visit integritysystems.com.au
- Find Susan’s Warriors Mongolian Lamb and many more secret recipes at australianlamb.com.au/sharethesecretrecipe