Representing Australian beef, sheepmeat and goatmeat businesses from ‘paddock to plate’.

The Red Meat Advisory Council collaborates with many to grow our reputation & unlock seven billion dollars in value for an exceptional Australian red meat and livestock sector

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Our story is an incredible one.

The Australian red meat and livestock industry is a 16 billion dollar industry and it’s still growing.

We manage over half of Australia’s land mass, employ over 200,000 Australians and are the nation’s largest food manufacturing sector.

Red meat and livestock production is not just about food and farming; it’s about our people. At the Red Meat Advisory Council, we are a group of leaders who work right across the supply chain.

We are working together in partnership with industry and government to enhance and protect this vital Australian industry.

We supply customers in over 120 global destinations and are proud to provide Australians with safe, high quality and nutritious red meat in supermarkets, butchers and restaurants across the country.

Whether you are a consumer, are a part of our great industry or a decision maker – please join us to drive an exceptional industry and unlock seven billion dollars in growth.

Don Mackay Independent Chair

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Upcoming Events All Events

22 Nov

Meat and Livestock Australia Annual General Meeting

The MLA AGM and Red Meat Industry Forum will be held in Alice Springs, Northern Territory. Full events program to follow.

www.mla.com.au/About-MLA/Planning-reporting/Annual-General-Meeting
22 Nov

Sheep Meat Council Australia Board Meeting

Board Meeting of SCA, Alice Springs

http://www.sheepmeatcouncil.com.au/
22 Nov

RMAC: WORKING FOR CENTRAL AND NORTHERN AUSTRALIA

The Red Meat Advisory Council, in partnership with our members and MLA, is delighted to present RMAC: Working for Central & Northern Australi

https://www.mla.com.au/about-mla/Planning-reporting/

Working in Partnership

At the Red Meat Advisory Council, we are a group of leaders who work across the supply chain because we believe we are better working together in partnership with industry and government.

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