Operation of the Angus Sire Benchmarking Program is provided by a consultative committee made up of representatives of bull owners, the co-operating cow herds, Rangers Valley Feedlot who are purchasing, feeding and slaughtering the steers, MLA and Angus Australia. The committee meet a number of times a year to decide on bull nominations and to provide guidance and advice on the operation of the program. Angus Australia has announced the composition of the Angus Sire Benchmarking Program and the Angus TACE Consultative Committees for the next 2-year term.
The consultative committees provide a mechanism to obtain structured feedback of ideas and suggestions from Angus Australia members.
The Angus Sire Benchmarking Program (ASBP) Consultative Committee has a purpose to provide guidance to the Angus Australia Board of Directors and management team in developing policies, strategies and plan related to ASBP.
The committee focusses on reviewing the overall operations and progress of the ASBP and, where required, provide recommendations to the Board. They also provide feedback on ASBP related proposals for consideration by the Board.
Cow Herd Representative
Bull Owner Representative
Kyah Park Angus
The Angus Education Centre is an initiative by Angus Australia to give our members access to information about strategies and tools that will help them explore world leading genetic evaluation technologies to enhance the value and profitability of their cattle throughout the beef supply chain. ...
The Angus Society of Australia (Angus Australia) was established in 1919 and has a vision to provide leadership in the delivery of innovative programs that enhance and promote the value of Angus cattle and Angus beef products. ...