The seminar will focus on producer profitability, the opportunities for Angus use in the north and features the experience of two producers implementing Angus genetics in their operations.
Taking part in the event will be speakers Ian McLean, Bush AgriBusiness, Sam Crowther, Harrow Grazing and Robert MacKenzie, Mackas Pastoral and Mackas Australian Black Angus Beef, with Angus Australia President Sam White presiding over as master of ceremonies.
The seminar will traverse the supply chain, investigating profit drivers in beef cattle enterprises, production on-farm and performance in market.
Angus Australia Northern Development Officer Jen Peart looks forward to the event and its informative discussion of the influence of Angus genetics throughout the supply chain.
“The seminar will be an excellent session for producers looking to identify and maximise profit drivers in their business and are looking to utilise Angus genetics to do so. The seminar showcases the experiences of producers who already using Angus genetics in their operations and how they are maximising profitability within their business,” said Ms Peart.
“We encourage all beef producers to attend the seminar, which will be host to insight from fellow producers immersed in the industry.”
The 90-minute seminar will take place in the Lawson Room at the Rockhampton State High School, with tickets for the seminar event are available from today, Wednesday February 25.
Tickets are a cost of $45 and available for purchase from the Beef Australia website.