While registration for the full four-day conference remains restricted to university students competing at ICMJ’s national competition, producers, advisers and industry representatives will now be able to attend presentations on the latest developments shaping the red meat industry to be delivered at Charles Sturt University’s Wal Fife Lecture Theatre on the mornings of Wednesday, 6 July, and Thursday, 7 July.
Meat and Livestock Australia’s Scott Cameron and Sarah Hyland, Tom Bull from LambPro, and Craig and Jo Stewart from the Gourmet Goat Lady. Dr Darryl D’Souza from Sun Pork will also present a session on innovation in value-add products and Hamish Irvine from Bindaree Beef will discuss carcase utilization in a changing world.
the adoption of science in the red meat industry with a presentation by Murdoch University Professor David Pethick, an exploration of breeding and genetics for farm and market by Angus Australia’s Jake Philips and a beef industry systems presentation by Teys Australia Supply Chain Coordinator Molly Greentree.
AMPC’s Stuart Shaw and Amanda Carter will also present on the future of processing and the red meat jobs of tomorrow.
Both sessions will conclude with a 30-minute Q&A panel with questions from the audience.