There’s still time to sponsor Red Meat Updates 2019

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Sponsorship packages are flying out the door but there’s still time to make sure your business is represented at the seventh annual Red Meat Updates!

This event consistently attracts over 300 Tasmanian red meat industry members and gives you and your business the opportunity to network directly with Tasmanian sheep and cattle producers.

We have seven sponsorship packages still available:

  • Major sponsor
  • Getting down to business session sponsor
  • Peak industry body sponsor
  • Media sponsor
  • Networking drinks sponsor
  • Welcome refreshments sponsor
  • Conference bag sponsor

For full details on each of these sponsorship packages, check out the Red Meat Updates 2019 – Sponsorship Prospectus. 

2018 Virtual Farm Tour now online!

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The 2018 Virtual Farm Tour is now online!

This year in our virtual farm tour we visited Scott Colvin’s property Nosswick’, at Blackwood Creek in the Northern Midlands. We heard from Scott about his business enterprises and management practices as well as the succession process for the Colvin family.

Thank you to our Virtual Farm Tour sponsor, TP Jones & Co.

The virtual farm tour can be viewed here

Presentations and photos now up on Red Meat Updates website

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If you missed out on attending Red Meat Updates this year or just want to brush up on the key points you heard about on the day, presentations from Red Meat Updates 2018 are now available online!

Many of the presentations, along with the conference proceedings (which lists contact details for most presenters).

If you are feeling motivated after attending Red Meat Updates and would like to find out more about a certain topic or take the next step and upskill, we have compiled a list of upcoming events and online resources. Click here to Take the Next Step.

To keep up to date throughout the year on various events, news and relevant resources, like ‘Red Meat Updates – Tasmania’ on Facebook or follow @RedMeatUpdates on Twitter.

 

 

 

Presentations and photos now up on Red Meat Updates website

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Presentations and photos from Red Meat Updates 2017 are now available on our website.

We have also included the conference proceedings, which lists contact details for many of the presenters, and a link to the Virtual Farm Tour.

If you are motivated to find out more about a certain topic after attending Red Meat Updates, we have a list of upcoming events and online resources on our Take the Next Step page.

If you would like to stay up to date on various events, news and resources during the year, “like” Red Meat Updates on Facebook or “follow” us on Twitter.

Tasmanian sheep producer matching management and investment to land capability

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A great article about one of our Red Meat Updates presenters, Charles Downie, from Tasmania’s Derwent Valley.

Charles’ property, Glenelg Estate, is primarily a grazing business running over 16,000 sheep on dryland pasture.  On Friday the 28th of July, Charles will be talking at Red Meat Updates about how he uses his farm records and data collected to aid decision making on appropriate stocking rates, fertiliser use and capital investment. See the full article in the Tasmanian Country here.

With less than two weeks to go and only about 100 places left, make sure you register to attend Red Meat Updates soon. Click here to register online.

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The Tasmanian Country is the media sponsor for Red Meat Updates 2017.

Lamb numbers challenge adds up, says Red Meat Updates presenter, Stephen Creese

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This week’s Tasmanian Country has an article about one of our Red Meat Updates working group members, Stephen Creese.  Stephen will be presenting at the Red Meat Updates conference at the end of this month about his experiences with intensive lamb finishing and the role of irrigation.

To read the full article in the Tasmanian Country, click here.

Or come along to Red Meat Updates and hear from Stephen first hand!  Registration is  essential and places are filling fast – click here to register online.

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The Tasmanian Country is the media sponsor for Red Meat Updates 2017.

Last chance to sponsor Red Meat Updates 2017

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A reminder that sponsorship for the 2017 Red Meat Updates closes on Wednesday this week (31 May).

This year’s conference is shaping up to be one of the most exciting Red Meat Update events yet.  We have a fantastic line up of speakers talking on a range of topics aligned with the conference theme of “building business resilience”.  A sneak peak of some of presenters is now available.

We have the following sponsorship places available:

  • 1x Networking drinks sponsor – $3,000
  • 2x Conference bag sponsors – $1,500

Full details of the sponsorship packages are provided in our sponsorship prospectus.

If you would like to find out more, please get in touch.

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Red Meat Updates sponsorship cut-off only one week away!

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Sponsorship places close next week (Wednesday, 31 May 2017) – and we would love you to be part of the success of our 2017 conference.

This year’s conference is shaping up to be one of the most exciting Red Meat Update events yet.  We have a fantastic line up of speakers talking on a range of topics aligned with the conference theme of “building business resilience”.  A sneak peak of some of presenters is now available.

We have the following sponsorship places available:

  • 1x Networking drinks sponsor – $3,000
  • 2x Conference bag sponsors – $1,500

Full details of the sponsorship packages are provided in our sponsorship prospectus.

So why would your business want to sponsor Red Meat Updates?

  1. Red Meat Updates is Tasmania’s leading red meat industry event, with a strong, positive reputation.
  2. The program is developed by a producer-led working group, which ensures the content of the day is relevant, interesting and educational – and well attended by sheep and cattle producers.
  3. The conference consistently attracts close to 300 people – last year 330 people attended – which makes it a value for money networking opportunity, with a very targeted audience.
  4. The producers who attend are people who want to improve their business performance – they are there to make new contacts and find out new information.
  5. You will also learn new things! Make sure you are up to date with industry news, research outputs and tips for optimising enterprise profitability.
  6. You will receive free tickets to attend the event (if you aren’t a producer or a sponsor, tickets are over $300pp).
  7. Your business will be promoted from the time you sign up, through to after the event, via our social media channels (which keep attracting new followers).

See what producers and sponsors say about the event.

If you would like to find out more, please get in touch.

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