Last chance for sponsors to get on-board with Red Meat Updates 2018!

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It’s only a couple of weeks until sponsorship places close for Red Meat Updates 2018.  We still have a few places available to organisations or companies who would like to support and be part of Tasmania’s premier red meat industry event.

Red Meat Updates 2018 is shaping up to be a fantastic day – full of information, networking and inspiration.  The program will be choc-full of stories from red meat producers who are doing smart things to improve their profitability, the latest results from research projects, business information, tips for increasing the performance of pastures and livestock and much, much more!

If you aren’t signed up already to sponsor and be part of Red Meat Updates 2018, we encourage you to consider it. If you are a red meat producer and know an organisation or company that might be keen to support Red Meat Updates, please share this post with them.

For more information about sponsorship packages, click here.

Meet Tasmania’s red meat industry supporters!

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We have had a fantastic response to our sponsorship call this year! A big thank you to all the businesses, organisations and individuals who champion this industry event and provide financial support.  By supporting Tasmania’s premier red meat event, you are helping to better connect and grow our industry.

We are very pleased to confirm the following sponsors of Red Meat Updates 2018:

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For more information about sponsoring Red Meat Updates, please visit our sponsors page.

Red Meat Updates 2018 sponsorship prospectus now available

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Sponsorship packages are now available to businesses and organisations who wish to sponsor the 2018 Red Meat Updates event. The sponsorship prospectus outlines the  options available.  Places will fill quickly, so if you are interested, make sure you get in early.

Why sponsor Red Meat Updates?

This short video will provide you with background about what Red Meat Updates is and what it looks like on the day.

A summarised version of the sponsorship prospectus is also available in Powerpoint presentation format.

How to become a sponsor?

  • Read the sponsorship prospectus to work out which sponsorship package will best meet your needs.
  • Complete the sponsorship registration form and return it to redmeatupdates@macfrank.com.au
  • Please note that sponsorship opportunities will be awarded on a first in, first served basis.  A conference team member will be in touch with you soon after you submit your form to confirm if the package you are after is still available.
  • Once finalised, an invoice and confirmation letter will be emailed to you.

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.

Red Meat Updates Wrap Up

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Wow, what a day!

On Friday the 28th of July, over 350 people attended the fifth annual Red Meat Updates conference in Launceston, Tasmania.  It was standing room only for many of the presentations, as Tasmania’s red meat sector turned up in force to network, learn and celebrate our exciting industry.

In the coming week we will be updating our website with presentations, photos and proceedings from the event – so stay tuned.  But in the meantime, here are a few action shots from Red Meat Updates 2017!

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What did attendees say?

The feedback from the event has been overwhelming and incredibly positive.  150 evaluation forms were completed on the day by event attendees and we have received many emails of thanks since then.  Some of the comments from the feedback forms (we have five pages of comments!) are listed below:

  • A very good day for the industry
  • Great to see the young age demographic well represented
  • A must attend annual function
  • Sensational!
  • Great information day to hear what producers are doing and network
  • Today was fabulous
  • Once a year opportunity to gather with like-minded producers to hear and discuss what is happening in our industry
  • A chance to participate in a conference that has relevance to Tasmanian red meat producers
  • Today was great – will definitely be back next year
  • RMU is a unique, professionally run event that any red meat producer would benefit from attending
  • I really enjoyed the chance to network and meet people
  • Worth taking a day off for
  • Great overview, great networking, great introduction and awareness of resources
  • Networking extravaganza
  • Wonderful – happy to continue to sponsor
  • Interactive and informative day to reinvigorate me and my red meat business
  • Implementing the practices spoken about has more than doubled our kg of beef/ha and return on capital
  • Refreshing, informative and inspiring people, especially some of the women involved
  • The number of producers that come to RMU says it all
  • The most important agricultural event I have seen so far for furthering the industry

A great program developed by industry, for industry

The program at Red Meat Updates is developed by the Red Meat Updates Working Group, chaired by Georgie Burbury.  This group of producers and industry representatives are responsible for setting the conference theme and agenda each year.  The program this year proved to be very popular, with the majority of people surveyed rating its content and relevance 8/10 or better.

Congratulations to the Red Meat Updates Working Group!

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Red Meat Updates 2017 Working Group: Stephen Creese, Iain Bruce, Georgie Burbury, Chris Headlam, Basil Doonan, George Shea, Alison Napier, David Squibb, Tony Butler. Absent: Irene Sobotta, Fiona Looker.

Thank you to our wonderful sponsors

We absolutely have to acknowledge the amazing support we have received this year from our sponsors.   We are very proud to have such a large number of business and organistaions supporting Red Meat Updates.  If you come across any of them in your travels, please thank them for their support.

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Red Meat Updates tickets have sold out!

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Wow! Still a few days out from Red Meat Updates and tickets have sold out.  Over 350 people will be attending, making this the biggest Red Meat Updates event yet.

If you were hoping to attend, but have not yet registered, we do have a waiting list.  To get your name on the waiting list, click here and select tickets, then click on join waitlist. You will be notified by email if a ticket becomes available and you will have 12 hours to book the ticket before it is released to the next person in line.

Alternatively, if you have registered to attend Red Meat Updates and are no longer able to come, please let us know so we can offer your place to someone else.  You can do this through the link in your Eventbrite booking email, calling Sarah on 6427 5327 or emailing events@macfrank.com.au

Strong sponsor support for Red Meat Updates – thank you!

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The Red Meat Updates Working Group would like to thank all of the sponsors of this year’s event. These organisations and businesses are funding Red Meat Updates and making it possible – next time you see your local rep from one of these businesses, make sure you say thanks!

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The countdown is on! Only 10 days until Red Meat Updates 2017.  Registrations are filling faster than ever, so if you are planning to come, make sure you register soon so you don’t miss out. Click here to register online or call Sarah on 6427 5327.

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.