CK Agribusiness Beefs Up

3 August 2015

As published in CK Momentum Issue 2  (Click here to download)


Beef Australia is held every 3 years and is the supreme industry event for the beef industry in Australia with some 85,000 visitors anticipated to attend the event.

The CK Agribusiness Group is heavily involved with Beef Australia 2015. Apart from providing legal assistance to the event, CK Agribusiness will conduct a stand to field inquiries and will conduct seminars for the benefit of those attending.

The beef industry has been under considerable challenge nationally with widespread drought, less than satisfactory prices and uncertainty regarding the live export market following the intervention by the previous federal government. 

The CK Agribusiness group is very enthusiastic about its participation in Beef Australia 2015 and looks forward to meeting with beef producers and others involved in the industry in the lead up to and at the event

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