Thai-riffic opportunity for cattle producers

The Australian cattle industry applauds the government’s announcement of an agreed health protocol for Australian feeder and slaughter cattle with Thailand. The live cattle trade provides market opportunities for Australian cattle producers and the opening of...

Influence the future of Beef Language

Cattle Council is calling for beef producers to air their concerns about the language used to describe Australian beef. David Hill, Cattle Council board member and Central Queensland producer, emphasised the importance of producers providing feedback to the process....

2014 ratification a win for Aussie Producers

The announcement of the 12 December 2014 ratification of the Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement (KAFTA) is a significant win for Australian beef producers and will ensure that Aussie Beef faces no further disadvantage against market competitor, the United States....

Wins for Beef in China deal

Significant flow through opportunities for Australian beef producers exist with the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA), signed by Chinese President, Xi Jinping, and Australian Prime Minister, Tony Abbot in Canberra today. The deal, which eliminates current...

CQ Producer elected Cattle Council President

The Cattle Council of Australia board have today elected Howard Smith as President.   Howard takes over the role from Andrew Ogilvie, who has completed his maximum three year term as President.    “First and foremost, I would like to personally thank and commend...

CCA AGM Elects Two Independent Directors

The Cattle Council of Australia today held it’s first AGM since the introduction of it’s new Constitution in January 2014 and elected two Independent Directors to it’s board. The opportunity for beef producers to directly elect independent Board Directors stems from...