United Stockowners responds to Cattle Council’s latest proposal

Trickle Down effect of meat marketing levies (533x800)

September 2014 saw the release of the report by the Senate inquiring into -“Industry structures and systems governing levies on grass-fed cattle”.  The Senate select committee determined that 7 recommendations should be implemented.  United Stockowners of Australia (USA) fully support all 7 of the Senate’s recommendations and call for their timely implementation. Following the release […]

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USA – Senate Inquiry Submission Into Grass-fed Cattle Levies & Disbursements

United Stockowners of           Australia     NSW OFFICE                 HEAD OFFICE                  NT OFFICE                     “WALLAROY”              75 ALDINGA ROAD        “NUTWOOD DOWNS”                    WARREN NSW 2824      WILLUNGA SA 5172     DALY WATERS NT 0852                           http://unitedstockowners.com.au/ Committee Secretary Senate Standing Committees on Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport Po Box 6100 Parliament House Canberra ACT 2600                                                                                                                       February 2014  […]

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USA – Proposed Model Grass Fed Cattle Restructure

United Stockowners of Australia 75 ALDINGA ROAD WILLUNGA SA 5172  Download PDF version here:  “A Model for the Restructure of the Grass Fed Cattle production sector and for the facilitation and Introduction of a Trading Entity Identification scheme or device.” Proposal by the United Stockowners of Australia. (June 2012)

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Beef industry needs greater control of money from levies

Reprinted with permission: Guest post by: Vivienne Crompton: Vivienne is a researcher on the legal rights project at the Institute of Public Affairs (IPA)   THE Federal Government’s proposed Senate inquiry into the collection and disbursement of levies in the beef cattle industry should be seized by producers. They should take control of the money government takes […]

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