I have just returned from a great trip through Japan and Korea. I was lucky to mix in some work and pleasure with two games over the weekend at the Rugby World Cup. The Wallabies game against England was very disappointing and this was further exasperated by the English fans. The France v Wales game on the Sunday was an exceptional game filled with drama and a heart felt shot at the title by the French.
On the way home I came back by South Korea which was only an hour and half flight out of Japan. Interesting to see Japan and Korea, two countries geographically so close but two cultures which are so different.
Watching Wales V France and post-match dinner
Tokyo and Seoul sights and an intriguing Korean supermarket meat display (bottom right). Found some terrific knife shops in the Tokyo Fish Markets, couldn't help myself. I thought Australian poker machines were bad, the Japanese take that to the next level with what they call Pachinko! It must cause industrial deafness in all the oldies that play them.
CIIE - Shanghai
Sam Burton Taylor and Will Zheng will be attending CIIE next week
If you would like to find us at the Expo, the stand number is 8.2 A5-01
We will be at CIIE Tuesday 5 and Thursday 7 November
Alternatively we can come to meet you on Mon 4 November, or later in the week
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Bill Scott and Samantha McLean will be in Singapore Monday 11 November and Samantha will be there Tuesday 12 November
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Bill Scott will also visit:
Dubai Tuesday 12 November and Thursday 14 November
Bahrain Weds 13 November
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Big plans for Australia's red meat industry
Red Meat 2030 was released last week by the Red Meat Advisory Council.
The plan aims to double the value of industry sales and triple the amount of capital invested in the sector within the next decade.
By 2030 the aim is that Australian red meat will be carbon neutral and have the absolute highest standards of animal welfare, traceability and biosecurity.
The plan also strives to position Australian red meat as a superfood – the highest quality protein of choice worldwide – and recognise the role Australian red meat plays in developing regional Australia and global security.
We'd like to introduce Mitchell Littler and Jessica Hobbs, who have recently joined our team as the new Hillgrove and Kenny's Creek Angus stud managers. Mitch grew up with involvement in the family stud Charolais operation. He has spent five years on cattle breeding operations in northern Queensland and the Northern Territory. Jess grew up with involvement in a Red Angus stud and Simmental Operation. She has five years experience working on various cattle operations throughout Canada and America. A big welcome to Mitch and Jess!
Deceivingly good looking canola being cut for hay
Billie and Angus catching their pony on a recent camping trip
Beef industry today
Innovation, unity and information flow are among the key ingredients that give the Australian beef and feedlot industries a competitive edge and point to a sustainable future.
The industry should see evolving consumer demands as an opportunity to tap into a changing market.
The processing sector has embraced technology and become much more exacting in the field of measurement.
The feedback of information down the supply chain to producers is crucial. Better information flow-back enables validated decision making for each player in the supply chain. This then results in a better end product.
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