NEWS FROM 2017

 

  • STATEMENT: SAFEMEAT consideration of Sheepcatcher II report
    31-Mar-2017

  • SAFEMEAT PARTNERS Tuesday, 28 March 2017 The results from the recent Sheepcatcher II report into the performance of Australia’s traceability systems for sheep and goats have been welcomed by SAFEMEAT Chair Ross Keane, following a meeting of the SAFEMEAT Partners. Between 2 ... READ MORE

    • SAFEMEAT Annual Report: 2015/16
      15-Mar-2017

    • The SAFEMEAT Annual Report provides details on SAFEMEAT's progress against its terms of reference and summarises critical policy issues and work programs overseen by SAFEMEAT during 2015-16. Click here (/LiteratureRetrieve.aspx?ID=204782) to download a copy of the of the SAFEMEAT Annual Repo... READ MORE


    • Review of SAFEMEAT Partners' Terms of Reference
      08-Jan-2018

    • SAFEMEAT is the partnership between the red meat and livestock industry and the state and federal governments of Australia. SAFEMEAT is seeking proposals from interested consultants to conduct a review of SAFEMEAT Partners’ Terms of Reference and to provide recommendations for modifica... READ MORE

    • Important advice for livestock producers – Russian market eligibility: LPA NVD Requirements, Revised
      30-Mar-2017

    • 30 May 2017 For Russian Market Access Detection of oxytetracycline or chlortetracycline residues in meat or offal in Russia will result in the meat processor, and potentially Australia, being banned from that market. Russia has been Australia’s fourth most important market. ... READ MORE

    • STATEMENT: SAFEMEAT consideration of Sheepcatcher II report
      31-Mar-2017

    • SAFEMEAT PARTNERS Tuesday, 28 March 2017 The results from the recent Sheepcatcher II report into the performance of Australia’s traceability systems for sheep and goats have been welcomed by SAFEMEAT Chair Ross Keane, following a meeting of the SAFEMEAT Partners. Between 2 ... READ MORE

    • SAFEMEAT Annual Report: 2015/16
      15-Mar-2017

    • The SAFEMEAT Annual Report provides details on SAFEMEAT's progress against its terms of reference and summarises critical policy issues and work programs overseen by SAFEMEAT during 2015-16. Click here (/LiteratureRetrieve.aspx?ID=204782) to download a copy of the of the SAFEMEAT Annual Repo... READ MORE

      Did You Know...

      Australia holds a disease free status for FMD and TSE (BSE or 'mad-cows' disease and Scrapie)

      The Australian red meat industry works closely with state and federal government agencies to ensure Australia’s meat safety systems remain world class.

      Australian red meat —
      Safe, healthy and delicious.

      Find out more