The outlook for the beef industry, technology, quality assurance and new research will be on show when the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation hosts a forum next month.
The 2017 beef forum on Friday 4 August will give producers and advisors an insight into research and development throughout the entire the supply chain.
Graham Centre Industry Partnerships and Communications Manager Ms Toni Nugent said, "The forum brings different perspectives of beef production and marketing. Our aim is that people will be able to take away something they can put into practice in their own farm business."
The forum will be held at the Charles Sturt University (CSU) Convention Centre from 9am to 1pm on Friday 4 August and the cost of $25 per head includes morning tea and lunch. People can register to attend here. https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=280147
The event is sponsored by Rabobank, Teys Australia, NSW Local Land Services Riverina, MLA, NSW Department of Primary Industries and CSU.