Sheep Producers Australia has elected two new board directors and outlined its plan for 2019 at the AGM.
Open to everyone in the industry, the Leadersheep Network is your opportunity to develop, connect and contribute.
Management of OJD in Australia beyond 2018 will continue as part of the Sheep Health Project at Animal Health Australia.
The definition is now the same as New Zealand's and was supported by 83% of survey respondents during public consultation.
SPA has partnered with the NFF and WAFarmers to share the facts behind Australia's livestock export industry.
Sheep Producers Australia (SPA) is the peak industry organisation for sheep and lamb producers. It works to represent and promote producers’ interests and view to position the Australian sheep and lamb industry for future success.
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Sheep Producers Australia is offering winners of the Sheep Industry Ambassador Award the opportunity to attend the New Zealand Sheep Industry Ambassador Program in March 2019.
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Australia’s new definition of lamb is on track to take effect from 1 July 2019 with legislative changes registered thi...
Sheep Producers Australia recently undertook an international trade and market investigation trip to the US in February,...
Sheep Producers Australia recently provided a submission to the Heat Stress Risk Assessment review. Click here to view t...
The numbers are difficult to judge, but members of Agforce have estimated losses in the region of 40,000 sheep, mostly i...
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