The Senate Inquiry Report into grass fed cattle levy funded structures and systems handed down last October produced seven interlocking recommendations aimed at enabling the grass fed cattle industry to meet its collective needs for the next decade or two.
The Federal Government Response to the Senate Inquiry seven interlocking recommendations published in Beef
Central on 15 July 2015 adopted only one of the seven Senate inquiry recommendations in full and ruled out the key
recommendation that the proposed new grass fed cattle producer body to replace the cash strapped Cattle Council of
Australia (CCA) be given authority to manage all cattle transaction levies.
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