What's Your Beef? AgForce Cattle Board Forum & AGM

05 Nov 2020 - CQLX 16 Saleyards Road Gracemere, QLD 4702

Please note, you must register here to take part in this free event.

AgForce Cattle Board Annual General Meeting & Member Forum
 
About this Event
ALL BEEF PRODUCERS WELCOME.
 
Please join the AgForce Cattle Board for an interactive day discussing how to translate your biggest fears and opportunities for our industry and your own business into good advocacy.
 
Help inform your advocacy!
 
Speakers
  • Senator Susan McDonald
  • Cattle producer Fred Hughes from Georgina Pastoral Company
  • Cattle family John and Andrew MacTaggart from Balcomba Grazing
  • AgForce Cattle Board President Will Wilson
  • AgForce President Georgie Somerset
  • young producers from across the state
  • YOU
 
It will also be the first time attending an event in the new role, for four new AgForce Cattle Board Directors: Elisha Parker (CQ), Adam Coffey (CQ), Rachael Lehmann (SEQ) and Rachael O’Brien (NQ).
 
Program
1:30 – 2:00: Meet & greet
 
2:00 – 2:15: Welcome & introduction
 
2:15 – 3:00: Q&A session with keynote speaker Senator Susan Mcdonald
 
3:00 – 3:45: Open conversation with you and other cattle producers like Fred Hughes, and John Mactaggart and Andrew Mactaggart
 
3:50 – 4:10: Afternoon tea
 
4:10 – 4:25: Reflection of past and future priorities with AgForce Cattle Board President Will Wilson
 
4:25 – 5:45: Update on current issues: reef reg, veg management, pasture dieback, native title and tenure, ABSF review, research
 
5:45 – 6:30: Annual general meeting (members only)
 
5:45 – 6:30: AgForce briefing with AgForce General President Georgie Somerset (all invited)
 
6:30 – until late: Drinks, BBQ dinner & profiling young beef producers

Representing Your Industry

Any beef producer in Australia can become a Cattle Council member. Membership is $100 (+GST) annually per individual or Property Identification Code (PIC). For those producers who are already members of a State Farming Organisation, the membership fee is waived. Click here for more information on becoming a member.

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