A Week We Won't Soon Forget!

BEEF 2024 was amazing. And we can’t wait until 2027 for the next one. Check out some of the 2024 memories below. 

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We loved seeing you at BEEF 2024!

As BEEF 2024 closed it doors, we’re overflowing with gratitude! Rewind a few months ago – taking a trade stand in the Walter Pierce Pavilion felt like a leap of faith. It had been years since our last trade stand, and we usually stick to seminars. But we designed our Knowledge and Trade Stand with some trepidation, and…
WOW! We’re so glad we did. Hundreds of past clients, friends, and new faces came to chat, catch up, and share a laugh. It was the perfect setting for that good old “chinwag” everyone loves. The week wasn’t all chats though! Thursday brought a fantastic afternoon of seminars with three incredible speakers, followed by a record-breaking crowd at our now-legendary “Beers at Beef.”
Picking just a few photos from this amazing week was a challenge, but we’ve included some of our favorites below. Overall, it’s been a magical experience for us. To everyone who joined us, we hope it was magical for you too! ✨🥰

Trevor Crook | General Manager

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We've had some amazing case studies presented at BEEF 2024!

Jo Quinlan | Operations Manager 

Jo Quinlan - RCS Australia operations manager. Leading expert in farm management operations in Australia.

In case you missed it at BEEF 2024...We were spoilt to have three inspiring graziers share their experiences in building resilient and profitable grazing systems at our free Soils and Landscapes Case Study Stories seminar on Thursday 9th May.

It was all part of the Future Drought Fund’s Drought Resilient Soils and Landscapes Program. 

  1. Fred and Cath Clark from “Euthulla” near Roma, Queensland: Manage a beef cattle breeding enterprise on 2,409ha since 2021.

  2. Simon and Laura Prince from “Geandale Station” near Cobar, New South Wales: Owners of a dorper lamb fattening enterprise on 8,640ha since 2022.

  3. Martha Lindstad and Robert James from “Karalee” near Enngonia, New South Wales: Manage a beef cattle breeding enterprise on 72,000ha since 2021. 

Visit our case studies page to see their approach. 

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