Thank you for attending Red Meat Updates 2019

A big thank you to everyone who attended Red Meat Updates 2019 on Friday, July 26!

We had an overwhelming response to this year’s event, with 350 producers and industry members attending on the day and tickets selling out in just 10 days.

On behalf of the Red Meat Updates working group, we would like to thank everyone who attended, and  hope you thoroughly enjoyed your day. We would also like to extend a big thank you to all of our 2019 sponsors, without their support this event would not be the success that it is.

Revisit RMU 2019

The Red Meat Updates website www.redmeatupdates.com has now been updated with information from the 2019 event. You can revisit presentations from the day and view the 2019 Virtual Farm Tour, along with photos from the day here.

If you would like to Take the Next Step in your business and improve your:

  • Grazing management
  • Business management
  • Livestock management

We have collated a list of tools and resources and upcoming programs which you may be interested in. They can be found here.

Keep up to date!

To keep up to date with current industry news and Red Meat Updates 2020 development, follow us on social media

  • Twitter: @redmeatupdates
  • Facebook: Red Meat Updates – Tasmania
  • #RedMeatUpdates

Thank you again and we hope to see you at Red Meat Updates 2020!

Working group photo July 2019

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.