"The recent senate inquiry into grassfed beef levies made it patently clear that levy payers did not want to see current Meat & Livestock Australia directors on the board selection committee, incoming managing director Richard Norton says.
During his first interview with Beef Central since joining the industry service delivery company a month ago . . . he said this was one of a range of messages MLA had taken from the senate inquiry into grassfed levies."
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