OUR 11 REGIONAL BEEF RESEARCH COMMITTEES
REPRESENT PRODUCERS ACROSS QUEENSLAND, NT AND WA
The 11 Regional Beef Research Committees (RBRCs) meet at least twice a year to identify and discuss strategic industry issues that may be solved by research, development and extension (RD&E) activities.
Regional Beef Research Committees welcome the opportunity for relevant research and adoption institutions to present on topical issues at these meetings for potential consideration of support. Please contact the relevant RBRC to discuss.
The role of the RBRCs also includes disseminating recommendations and findings from research projects to producers.
Each RBRC is comprised of a producer chair, several beef producer members and representatives from state and territory agencies, CSIRO, universities and other key stakeholders.
The chairs of each committee also participate in NABRC meetings held bi-annually as part of NABRC’s role in developing and providing advice to organisations that invest in or undertake beef cattle RD&E.
The regional committees provide advice on: the design and management of R&D projects, to ensure the full benefit of projects are captured; R&D funding and expenditure; and, the communication of results to industry.
JOIN A COMMITTEE
To become a RBRC producer member or chair, you must live and work in a commercial beef enterprise and be actively engaged in aspects of research and development, and be prepared to act as an industry and community advocate on grass-fed beef RD&A issues.
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