Territory Stories

Year in review 2009-2010, Northern Territory Cattlemen's Association

Details:

Title

Year in review 2009-2010, Northern Territory Cattlemen's Association

Other title

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Collection

Northern Territory Cattlemen's Association yearbook; Reports; PublicationNT

Date

2010

Description

Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).

Notes

Date:2010

Language

English

Subject

Livestock -- Northern Territory -- Periodicals; Beef cattle -- Northern Territory -- Periodicals; Ranches -- Northern Territory -- Periodicals

Publisher name

Northern Territory Cattlemen's Association Incorporated

Place of publication

Darwin

Copyright owner

Check within Publication or with content Publisher.

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/223854

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/685136

Related items

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/685139; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/685137

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28 northern territory Cattlemens association incorporated oPENING ADDrESS CoNTINuED Northern Territory Cattlemens Association Yearbook 2010 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY CATTLEMENS ASSOCIATION Proudly published by Walsh Media Services Level 3, 18-20 Grenfell Street Adelaide SA 5000 GPO Box 2089 Adelaide SA 5001 Phone (08) 8221 5600 Fax (08) 8221 5601 Email admin@walshmedia.com.au Advertising Proof This is a proof of your advertisement booked for the 2010 edition of the Northern Territory Cattlemens Association Yearbook. Please check it thoroughly and fax back to us with your signed approval on (08) 8221 5601. Should there be any alterations, please contact Helen Lee on (08) 8221 5600. NOTE: Due to printing deadlines, if confirmation is not received by the agreed date then approval will be assumed. Client Approval Fax back to (08) 8221 5601 Client: Date: Authorised by: Signature: Northern Territory Cattlemens Association Yearbook 2005/2006 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY CATTLEMENS ASSOCIATION Proudly published by Walsh Media Services Level 3, 18-20 Grenfell Street Adelaide SA 5000 GPO Box 2089 Adelaide SA 5001 Phone (08) 8221 5600 Fax (08) 8221 5601 Email walshmedia@adelaide.on.net Advertising Proof This is a proof of your advertisement booked for the 2005/06 edition of the Northern Territory Cattlemens Association Yearbook. Please check it thoroughly and fax back to us with your signed approval on (08) 8221 5601. Should there be any alterations, please contact Helen Lee on (08) 8221 5600. NOTE: Due to printing deadlines, if confi rmation is not received by then approval will be assumed. Client Approval Fax back to (08) 8221 5601 Client: Date: Authorised by: Signature: 00 00 NTCA-BOM.indd 1 29/8/06 5:45:47 PM www.bom.gov.au The latest weather information and seasonal predictions are available via the web, phone and fax 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 50 OSullivan Circuit, East Arm, Darwin email: sales-darwin@bluescopesteel.com www.bluescopedistribution.com.au For all your steel requirements Beams & Columns RHS & Pipe Flat & Angles Plate Channels Sheet & Coil Phone: (08) 8984 2600 Fax: (08) 8984 2699 Highway and $6 million on the Maryvale Road and Hughes Stock Route. It is also anticipated that bridge works will be undertaken on the Buchanan Highway to strengthen the Illawarra Creek Bridge; and another $7 million for a high-level bridge over the McArthur River providing enhanced access for cattle trucks. You can see that the Territory Government clearly recognises the critical role that primary industries plays in developing and supporting our regions and is committed to furthering that growth. There are many opportunities to realise our full economic potential and at the same time, to maintain a healthy environment. In fact, it is also worth pointing out the importance of primary industry to the NT economy is reflected in the recently released Territory 2030, which provides strategic direction for future growth and development in the NT, and one of the primary objectives in growing our economy is to identify suitable land and water for further long-term and sustainable food production. That is why I have asked my department to prepare, in consultation with industry and community stakeholders, a comprehensive plan a Northern Territory Agribusiness Strategy for the future development of NT primary industries. The Strategy will help us recognise the current and emerging opportunities and flesh out the challenges presented by climate change, and its potential impact on our environment. In the development of the Agribusiness Strategy, we considered a two-phase consultative process would be most effective: The first period was from the 12th of February until the 11th of March, which identified the issues and engaged our major stakeholders; The second period will commence in late April and will be used to generate and test options for the Strategy. It will involve public forums held in many of the regional and district centres located across the Territory. And in these forums, options will be put forward and discussed to address the issues. It is through this dialogue that the formation of the Agribusiness Strategy will begin. To date we have received 36 submissions in the first consultation period from a range of stakeholders across the


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