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Aussie beef by-products banned in Russia following growth stimulant detection
Editorial
28/01/14 - Australian beef by-products have been temporarily banned in Russia following the detection of trenbolone.
Beef producer calls for federal funding to increase onshore processing
Editorial
26/11/13 - Jack Burton, owner of the 60,000 head Yeeda Pastoral Company has criticised the government for failing to support investment in onshore processing.
JBS USA working to lift South Korean beef import suspension
Editorial
11/10/13 - The detection of a controversial feed ingredient resulted in the South Korean government suspending beef imports from Swift Beef, a subsidiary of JBS USA, the US arm of JBS SA.
Tassie grass fed beef approved for US
Editorial
10/10/13 - Tasmanian meat processor HW Greenham & Sons started a program over 18 months ago to meet the growing demand for antibiotic free, grass-fed beef in the US.
Milmeg scores $21.4m contract with AACo
Editorial
02/10/13 - New Zealand based primary food processing equipment manufacturer, Milmeg has won a major contract with AACo to build refrigeration and food processing equipment for the new $91m NT abattoir.
Abbott’s Jakarta visit delivers 'breakthrough' in live cattle trade
Editorial
02/10/13 - Prime minister Tony Abbott’s recent visit to Indonesia has resulted in a special quota of 53,000 ‘slaughter ready’ cattle, in addition to the December quarter quota of 46,000 cattle which will be a headed to feedlots before processing.
JBS Australia and Primo launch Foodbank beef program
Editorial
13/08/13 - Foodbank has teamed up with JBS Australia and Primo to launch a new beef initiative, which will supply over 130 tonnes of sausages per year to those in need.
AACo’s announces resignation of CEO
Editorial
02/08/13 - AACo is now searching for a new CEO as David Farley who has held the position over the past four years, announced that he will be stepping down.
Aussie beef exports to hit 1m tonnes this year
Editorial
31/07/13 - Despite the tough times beef producers up north are experiencing, Australia's beef industry overall is poised for a good year.
Wine by-product offers hope to starving cattle
Editorial
23/07/13 - Tarac Technologies, a wine industry processor in Griffith, Southern NSW has produced surplus grape marc which could be used to provide emergency feed for cattle.
Rudd says live cattle quota will be determined by Indonesia
Editorial
16/07/13 - Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has placed the ball in Indonesia’s court regarding live cattle quotas.
ACCC will not investigate JBS Swift over abandoned abattoir
Editorial
15/07/13 - An ACCC investigation requested by Tasmanian Greens senator Peter Whish-Wilson into JBS Swift’s refusal to sell its abandoned abattoir on King Island will not be going ahead.

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