Our Steakholders

The Australian red meat and livestock industry are a network of collaborators that work across advocacy, marketing, research, policy and industry engagement and development.

 We also work closely with the Minister for Agriculture the Hon David Littleproud MP and the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment as an industry advisory body.

We are partners to Red Meat 2030. Growing pride, trust and demand in Australian red meat by unifying the industry behind an ambitious 2030 vision of Profit, People and Purpose.

Our Red Meat 2030 partners are:

Australian Lot Feeders’ Association

Providing leadership and services to improve the feedlot business environment, ensure its community standing and a grow a sustainable and prosperous Australian grain fed beef industry.


Australian Meat Processors Corporation (AMPC)

Supporting the red meat processing industry throughout Australia by providing research, development and extension (RD&E) services that improve the sustainability and efficiency of the sector.


Cattle Council of Australia (CCA)

Progressing the interests of Australian beef cattle producers, through policy advice to key industry organisations, relevant Federal Government Departments and other bodies, regarding issues of national and international importance.


Department of Agriculture

Developing and implementing policies and programs to ensure Australia’s agricultural, fisheries, food and forestry industries remain competitive, profitable and sustainable


Federal Minister for Agriculture, the Hon David Littleproud MP

Sworn in as Minister for Agriculture on 6 February 2020.


Goat Industry Council of Australia (GICA)

Representing and promoting the national interests of Australian goatmeat, fibre and dairy producers. Implementing goat industry policy for all goat breeds by working with government, industry bodies, producers and other peak industry councils.



Continuously improving performance in animal health and welfare, supply chain efficiency and market access. Delivering benefits to producers and exporters by investing in programs, research, development and extension, animal welfare, supply chain and market access.


Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA)

Striving to be the recognised leader in delivering world-class research, development and marketing outcomes that benefit Australian cattle, sheep and goat producers.


Sheep Producers Australia (SPA)

Positioning the Australian sheep and lamb industry for future success, by representing and promoting producers’ interests to industry decision-makers


The Australian Livestock Exporters Council

Leading the development and growth of Australia’s livestock export trade, ALEC sets industry policy, provides strategic direction and represents Australia’s livestock export trade both nationally and globally.


The Australian Meat Industry Council (AMIC)

Representing retailers, processors, exporters and smallgoods manufacturers in the post-farm-gate meat industry.