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Australian Cattle Council : Yearbook 2010
36 YEARBOOK 2010 CATTLE COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA AUS-MEAT Limited, Your Industry Owned Auditors. For further information, contact AUS-MEAT Limited or your local AUS-MEAT Representative... PO Box 3403, TINGALPA DC QLD 4173 Phone: (07) 3361 9200 Fax: (07) 3361 9222 www.ausmeat.com.au www.ausqual.com.au Regional Representatives: QLD/NSW – Glenn Williams, Phone: 0427 276 933 Manager Market Access Services: Livestock – Bruce Gormley, Phone: 07 3361 9200 VIC/SA/WA/NT/TAS – Rob Brown, Phone: 0421 032 668 AUS-MEAT Limited provides Auditing and Certifcation services to the Australian Cattle Industry in all States: • LPA QA: AUS-MEAT can assist you in implementing and auditing your LPA on farm quality assurance (LPA QA) program (incorporating Cattlecare) with effciency and cost effective services for mixed operations; AUS-MEAT also provides Auditing services for the following industry programs: • National Feedlot Accreditation Scheme (NFAS) • LPA Food Safety program (LPA level 1) • National Saleyards Quality Assurance (NSQA) • Freshcare program • Audits for a number of specifc proprietary Quality Assurance programs AUS-MEAT can also offer Certifcation to a number of Standards and Quality Assurance based schemes under our subsidiary company AUS-QUAL Pty Ltd www.ausqual.com.au Leaders in service delivery for the Australian Cattle Industry It's pleasing to note that all participants recommended that their relevant colleagues should join on in a RAT, with one commenting that it was a positive experience he would value forever. The special thing about the RAT is that it gets people out and about and engaging on issues important to the beef industry. Participants are excited and inspired by the whole experience of seeing beef production in action. Completed feedback forms highlighted the genuine value participants gained from listening, conversing, seeing and experiencing the most part of the beef supply chain. I am hopeful their positive insights are shared so that others may be encouraged to experience first-hand what the Australian beef industry has to offer from paddock to plate. Heidi Dennis Media and Communications Officer Cattle Council of Australia Participants take in the 32,000-head Rangers Valley Glen Innes feedlot with CEO, Don Mackay Sam Gunn explains the importance of the National Livestock Identification System and the correct application of radio frequency electronic ear tags