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Northern Territory Cattlenews : official newsletter of the Northern Territory Cattlemen's Association

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Title

Northern Territory Cattlenews : official newsletter of the Northern Territory Cattlemen's Association

Collection

Northern Territory cattlenews; E-Journals; PublicationNT

Date

2016-04

Description

Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).; This publication contains may contain links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.

Language

English

Subject

Beef cattle -- Northern Territory -- Periodicals; Cattle trade -- Northern Territory -- Periodicals

Publisher name

Northern Territory Cattlemen's Association

Place of publication

Darwin

Volume

Vol. 16 No. 2

Copyright owner

Check within Publication or with content Publisher.

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/300494

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/376707

Page content

President urges members: Renew & rally as polls loom On the back of another successful annual conference, the NTCA would like to thank our members for their continued support. The NTCA annual conference attracts international guests and national interest and provides us a platform to highlight issues of importance. As a result of consistent member engagement and high quality speakers the conference is highly sought after by sponsors and industry colleagues wishing to engage and support our event. Continued member support has enabled the NTCA to be recognised as one of the most influential and relevant state industry bodies in Australia. The strength of the NTCA is in its membership, united voice and consistent approach to addressing challenges and opportunities for our industry. To advance and protect the interests of our members the NTCA shall continue to remain engaged and informed at all levels, seeking at all times to enhance long-term productive relationships with our trading and supply chain partners, consumers, the broader community and other stakeholders. We are now embarking on a year that will be dominated by a Territory and Federal election and will require NTCA leadership on key issues affecting industry and Northern Australia. The NTCA will be maximising its attention on key issues at the Territory and national levels during 2016. The continued involvement of members in our association is critical and we encourage all members to renew. Tom Stockwell - President Membership renewal forms are available from the NTCA at: office.darwin@ntca.org.au 2016 Pastoral Real Jobs Program recruits attended the NTCAs annual conference in March and discovered there are far more aspects to cattle industry work than the dusty stock camps and sitting in the saddle rounding up cattle. It was a huge eye-opener, program manager Tara Fulwood says. They didnt realise, until visiting the displays and talking to people, just how big and broad-ranging the industry was, and the enormous spread of jobs people did to keep the industry going. SEE Real Jobs Update - Page 17 If the first few months are anything to go by, 2016 is gearing up to be another fast-paced year for the NTCA and its energetic staff. CEO Tracey Hayes has already covered many top level appointments across the NT, Australia and overseas to shore up good outcomes and wealth-building opportunities for the Territory cattle sector. Besides helping to mastermind another successful and invigorating NTCA annual conference in March, the CEOs diverse TO DO list so far this year has included: Flying to Indonesia to speak on animal welfare insights, lessons and advances in the northern cattle production system, at a major Live Export Program forum hosted by the MLA and LiveCorp to encourage further investment in animal welfare and promote best practice through the supply chain. Participating in a DarwinCanberra phone conference with Federal Agriculture Department officials to be updated on the latest drought policy and potential for station debt restructuring Joining the NFF and other key industry lobbyists in Canberra to demand that the vociferouslyopposed and expensive Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal (RSRT) be abolished (NOTE: The Government has since abolished the Road Safety Tribunal and all related orders. Accompanying principals of prominent Chinese online selling company, Sino-Australia Top Beef (SATB) on a familiarisation tour of Central Australia and the Top End. Welcoming the latest 20 animal husbandry students chosen for the Indonesia-Australia Pastoral Program, to Darwin. 2016 off to a f lying start! NTCA Cattlenews - April 2016 2


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