MLA Meat Up Forum - DUBBO - Register now!

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Register now for the MLA Meatup Forum at Dubbo, 1 March 2022
The MeatUp Forum program has been developed with producers in your region. Highlights include:
- MeatUp with, and learn from producers including Nathan Simpson from Binginbar Farms on technology adoption; Tim Leeming from Paradoo Prime on precision lambing and Jack Brennan of Paraway Pastoral on lifting ewe numbers via confinement feeding.
- Richard Avendano, Towrie, will speak about managing tropical pastures in variable seasons while - Ed Blackburn, Wongaboori Station, will share insights on profitability of dual purpose crops and associated decision-making processes.
- Hear from Sarah Strachan, MLA Group Manager of Adoption and Commercialisation, about:
o MLA’s research, development and adoption program
o and a red meat market update
- Margaret Jewell, MLA’s Carbon Neutral 2030 (CN30) Manager, will share a carbon update that will feature opportunities for producers.
- MeatUp on-farm by watching the virtual farm tour of Spicers Run, Spicers Creek, NSW, with Joe Mason and his brother Sam.
· MeatUp to network:
o Enjoy local catering that features red meat throughout the day.
o Wrap up the day with networking drinks and nibbles with fellow producers, speakers and industry representatives.

“MeatUp Forums are a unique opportunity to showcase red meat producers the latest information, insights and examples of the very best that can be achieved in producing a world class product, through accessing relevant, timely and thought-provoking information that can be used to build a more productive and resilient business. It is an opportunity to gather, network and learn from one another.” – Lisa Anderson, red meat producer, Wagga Wagga.

“MeatUp Forums are a unique opportunity to showcase red meat producers the latest information, insights and examples of the very best that can be achieved in producing a world class product, through accessing relevant, timely and thought-provoking information that can be used to build a more productive and resilient business. It is an opportunity to gather, network and learn from one another.” Lisa Anderson, red meat producer, Wagga Wagga.

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Dubbbo RSL, 178 Brisbane St, Dubbo NSW 2830, Australia

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