Associate Position Available

Bush AgriBusiness is looking for an aspiring professional who understands pastoral businesses, is enthusiastic about a profitable and sustainable industry, and has an enquiring mind. For more info click here

REX's inflight magazine

OUTthere, REX's inflight magazine, has a story on Bush AgriBusiness and Ian obtaining his MBA in its regional business review section - read more

Ian completes MBA degree

Ian received confirmation this week that he has completed his Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree and will graduate next year.
His academic results during his degree were recognised as being in the top 15% of the University of Southern Queensland.

Improving the performance of northern beef enterprises

Ian helped write a publication containing the key learning's for producers from the Northern Beef Report, titled 'Improving the performance of northern beef enterprises' this publication is available here or if you would like a hard copy mailed to you please contact Joanne.

Business EDGE Follow Up Seminars

In cooperation with MLA we are holding a number of free seminars at Beef Week exclusively for Business EDGE graduates. For more information contact Joanne on 0427 118 699 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Animal Equivalent Methodology

Bush AgriBusiness has undertaken a project for Meat & Livestock Australia to develop a practical Animal Equivalent (AE) methodology for calculating cattle grazing loads for production systems across northern Australia. Read Full Article

Real Queensland Cattle Prices

The latest analysis of the Queensland Cattle market shows that despite prices rising since lows in May, they are still quite low in historical terms. The graph shows monthly averages so doesn't fully capture recent rises, however if the market level for early December is analysed, it is still in the 'well below average (10-20th percentile)' range.

Snapshot: Queensland beef industry debt

Over the past decade, the Queensland beef industry has moved to a position where it is not making sufficient profits to cover interest costs.

Not only has total and average debt increased, but the number of businesses with debt has also increased. Wide variation in business performance exists, with some businesses still profitable in the current environment...

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