See who was snapped at the Broken Hill MLA MeatUp

MLA MeatUp Forum attracts livestock producers eager to learn at Broken Hill

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Beef, sheep and goat producers were given the latest regionally relevant insights.

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A crowd of 70 people including around 50 producers gathered in Broken Hill on Wednesday to gain valuable information on the livestock industry at the Meat and Livestock Australia MeatUp Forum.

Not only were the topics of value to those in attendance but presenters will be asked back in a hurry after the area received rain during their visit.

Beef, sheep and goat producers were given the latest regionally relevant insights from research, development and adoption programs funded by MLA.

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Genetics, technology and grazing management were key themes throughout the day with livestock industry representatives providing attendees with simple yet effective ways they could improve their bottom line throughout the supply chain.

The next MeatUp forums are scheduled for Port Augusta (25 June), Perth (5 August), and Dubbo (2 September).

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